"sleep study"

About: Pilgrim Hospital / Ear, Nose and Throat

(as the patient),

I was admitted to the Bostonian ward at the Boston Hosplital in Lincolnshire for a sleep study as I have problems with my nose and breathing. I arrived at 7pm on Tuesday 8 October 2014 and after reporting to reception, I was taken to a room and my details were checked by a very nice nurse. Then I was taken to a private room where everything was explained to me about the sleep study and what was going to happen. Next a nice nurse came and fitted me with the monitors for my study whilst explaining every stage of fixing the monitors to me. She was very kind. I was then set up to do my study. In the morning, another kind nurse came and removed my monitors and asked how I felt. I said I was fine. I was offered breakfast and then I went home. All of the staff from the receptionist to the tea ladies were very kind and they all made my stay very comfortable.

I would not hesitate to stay in Boston hospital again.

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Response from United Lincolnshire Hospitals NHS Trust

Dear Michpete

We strive to ensure our patients receive the highest quality care to ensure they have a positive experience. Thank you on behalf of all the staff on the Bostonian for the positive feedback. Charge Nurse will ensure the comments are shared with all the team.

Collette Orme

Matron Surgical Services, Pilgrim Hospital, Boston

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