"Poor day on discharged"

About: National Hospital for Neurology & Neurosurgery, Queen Square

I went into the hospital for coiling of an aneurysm. I went I to hospital on the 30th September 2014. This aneurysms was found after my brain haemorrhage lady October where they coiler two ruptured aneurysms. I had my operation on the 1st Octobet. I had a urine cathader inserted during my procedure. On the 3rd of October at 5.45 in the morning the cathader was removed. No nursing staff monitored my urine outputting. I also experienced a very a very bad dizzy episode on the Friday morning. I explained this to the doctors that came to see me on the morning of my discharge. Yet I was still told that I was free to be discharged. I also told the doctor that my groin was still sore yet no examination took place. I found this very unacceptable.

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Response from National Hospital for Neurology & Neurosurgery, Queen Square

Thank you for taking the time to feed back to us. We are very sorry to hear about your recent experience during your admission to the National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery. We would be grateful if you could contact our Patient Advice and Liaison Service (PALS) via pals@uclh.nhs.uk or by calling 020 3448 3237 so that we can look into this.