"Hernia Op"

About: Leighton Hospital

After being sent by my doctor to Leighton Hospital in the late afternoon of friday 25/4/2014 I was seen on ward 10 by a registrar who diagnosed a Hernia in my stomach, I was very quickly sent for a CT scan and then had an op on saturday morning by the surgeon and her team. After my scan I was transfered to ward 12 where I cannot praise the staff enough. They were bright, breezy and very kind, especially one nurse who was so kind to the 6 patients in our bay. Everywhere was very clean. The porters on night duty who had to take me to and from the Xray dept were bright and cheerful and I was sent home Sunday afternoon. The only drawback is hospital food. I know in a large hospital it must be difficult but light attractive looking meals would be so much better when one is not well than unfortunately what seems to be on offer. But I am home now and my op is over so Thank You Leighton and keep up the good work.

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Response from Leighton Hospital

We are very grateful that you have taken the time to contact us regarding the treatment and care given to you on wards 10 and 12. I will ensure that your feedback is given to the relevant teams. Staff are delighted to hear when patients feel that they have been well looked after, and we wish you a speedy recovery. I will pass on your comments to the catering department about the food. Matron Helen Nutkins Surgery and Cancer

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