"eye department"

About: Worthing Hospital

Disgusted with the lack of cooperation with worthing hospital I have been taking my six year old daughter to they're eye department for five years for her squint they tried patching the good eye to force bad one to work then said oh it's not working then tried glasses witch I'm now told are not working either she sees double vision and has trouble with steps because she sees two of them I have spend many tearful nights alone over this whenever I suggest the operation to correct it I get brushed off now they say he's sight will set soon and she will live her whole life like this. Is it because I'm a single father or is it because I've always worked hard and payed my taxes nobody is listening to me because of this hospital daddy's baby can't see properly why oh why won't they help her why I just wanna know why what has she done to deserve this. My solicitor is confident but that won't bring my daughters sight back will it. Thanks alot worthing hospital thanks alot

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Response from Worthing Hospital

Thank you for taking the time to leave us your feedback. We are very sorry for the distress you feel and we are concerned by your experience of our Opthalmology services. The NHS Choices website is anonymous, and your details are not shared directly with the Trust. We would like the opportunity to discuss with you as soon as possible the issues that you have highlighted and would encourage you to contact the Trust directly so we can thoroughly investigate. You can do this by visiting our website www.westernsussexhospitals.nhs.uk/contacts/pals/, calling our PALS department on 01903 285032 Or emailing us at PALSWorthing@wsht.nhs.uk

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