"A and e 30th dec"

About: Queen's Hospital, Burton Upon Trent

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My mum fractured her foot, the time went quite quickly, triage, X-ray, dr, not too busy, shame doors are not electric as pushing a wheelchair was awkward , plenty of nice people to help though, when speaking to the receptionist you could hear everything people were saying, mum 83 now and got a bit flustered at times , everybody was very nice and friendly , given appointment for fracture clinic but not good time so told to ring and change it, all areas seemed clean , toilers near a and e always seems to smell to me , glad there are paper towels and not those silly air dryers, didn't use the car park as heard a lot about it so steered clear ,

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Response from Queen's Hospital, Burton Upon Trent

We are pleased that you have taken the time to post your comments. We will share these with the teams involved with your mother’s care. Our staff treat patient’s as they themselves would expect to be treated. Once again thank you for your comments.

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