"Neonatal Unit"

About: Colchester General Hospital

Our twin girls were born by emergency caesarean on 26th August 2013 at 25 weeks + 4 days at Colchester hospital. They are now both thriving; taking solids, smiling and laughing! We are very grateful to both of the delivery teams, and all the staff in Neonatal for what they have done for our two beautiful daughters; as without them they would not be here today. The care they received from birth to their transfer back for the two months they were in their care was second to none. Not including the emotional support they gave us, and the time they all spent with our three year old daughter Keira we will never forget.

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Response from Paul Searle, Head of Communications, Colchester Hospital University NHS Foundation Trust

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Many thanks for your comments and taking the time to submit them. We try really hard to improve our services based on the comments we receive from our patients, their relatives or carers.

We have a quarterly At Our Best Awards scheme which recognises staff achievements and thanks them for what they do. It has a team category, an individual and a volunteer category.

You could enter the team/the person you were kind enough to write in about, by clicking here! http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/At_Our_Best_Awards

Could you also email the Colchester Gazette and ask them to publish a letter? Email is: gazette.letters@nqe.com

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Many thanks

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