"PUJ obstruction, sepsis and a pyeloplasty of my..."

About: Leicester General Hospital

I was 1st admitted early October 2013, via a transfer from the emergency department of the LRI. The treatment was first class, and what was a very scary time was made easier by all the staff of ward 28. From the cleaning staff to the consultants you could not ask for a more caring team of staff, I had a naphrostomy bag fitted the same day as my admission, was then moved to ward 29 a couple of days later due to lack of room on the ward, this however still showed the high level of care I was used to reciving. With a further submission tho the LGH in November, the standard of care continued to be high and I came back for my procedure (left kidney pyeloplasty ) on the 6th Jan 2014. Even thou my recovery was in a different part of the hospital this time (ward 21 I belive - I'm a bit fuzzy on this due to the meds I was on at the time) I can again only praise you all. Thank you for all you did for me on each visit, all I saw was great team work under pressure, Along with due care and attention and above all a very clean, well organised environment.

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Response from Leicester General Hospital

Dear Rebecca, Thank you for taking the time to post your comment. We're really pleased to hear about the continued high level of care you received from our Urology team at the General. Your feedback is much appreciated and has been passed on to the team involved in your care. Kind regards, Communications team, Leicester's Hospitals

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