"Final Illness of Neil."

About: Leighton Hospital

On two occasions (Ward 5 in June 2014, Ward 7 in August 2014) our son was treated for aspiration pneumonia. During this time he was also diagnosed with secondary liver carcinoma of unknown primary. All his family would like to thank all the professional staff on both wards for the excellent care and treatments given to him during this difficult time. Although he could not be cured, the kindness of the nursing staff, particularly in easing his pain, was much appreciated. Julie and Martyn

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Response from Leighton Hospital

Dear Julie and Martyn, I would like to say thank you for your kind and sincere words with regards to the care your son received from the staff on ward 5 and ward 7. I am encouraged to hear that your son`s pain relief was under control and that this made his time in hospital more comfortable. I understand that this must be a difficult time for you and your family so again thank you very much for the feedback you have provided. I can assure you that this feedback will be passed onto the staff from ward 5 and ward 7. Rachel Wilkinson, Matron, Medicine and Emergency Care Division.

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