"Scarring fading nicely, thank you."

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I severely scalded my arm. The evening I did it I didn't realise it was too bad but by the following morning realised I needed someone to look at it. I was seen promptly and had it dressed. I had to go back every other day to have the dressings changed and the progress of the burn examined over a month. The staff were lovely. I have ME, I also don't drive. If I'd had to travel I would not have been able to receive regular treatment, my energy levels would not have allowed it and I would not have been able to afford public transport for so many visits. Without the treatment I received I suspect the scarring (now fading nicely) would have been a lot worse. Other family members have also had to use the MIU in the last year. It is an essential part of our community, particularly for those who don't drive, the elderly and mother's of young children.

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Response from Faversham Cottage Hospital

Dear Fiona Thank you for your comment, this service is not provided by Kent Community Health NHS Trust but we have passed your comment onto NHS Canterbury and Coastal Clinical Commissioning Group, the commissioners who plan and pay for this service. More information about the CCG and its contact details are available at www.canterburycoastalccg.nhs.uk. Best wishes Customer Care Team Kent Community Health Health NHS Trust Tel: 0300 123 1807 Email: kcht.cct@nhs.net Website: kentcht.nhs.uk

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