"Thank you"

About: Tameside General Hospital

My little girl was delivered on 13th October after very long and painful night I would like to thank the young woman that spent all night taking care of me. Also my deepest gratitude to the midwifes that noticed that my girl has turned and swiftly took action to deliver her and help me find strength to so when I thought I don't have it anymore. The ladies in aftercare were knowledgeable, helpful and very nice to us. They really care. Thank you very much from both of us!

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Responses

Response from Lindsay Stewart, Deputy Director of Nursing, Tameside and Glossop Integrated Care NHS Foundation Trust

Thank you for your response.

We endeavor at all times that the women and their families who choose to have their baby at our Maternity unit have the best possible experience.

I will ensure that the staff see your comments. Thank you again.

John Goodenough

Director of Nursing

‘’Would you like to help the hospital to improve its services further? We are currently looking for patients and carers to become involved in a development called “Patient Stories”. We want to know more about our services from the point of view of those who received them – what was good, bad, what could be improved, what should be changed. Want to know more about what’s involved? Please contact John Goodenough, Director of Nursing at

john.goodenough@tgh.nhs.uk

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Response from Tameside General Hospital

Thank you for your response. We endeavor at all times that the women and their families who choose to have their baby at our Maternity unit have the best possible experience. I will ensure that the staff have sight of your comments. Thank you again. John Goodenough Director of Nursing ‘’Would you like to help the hospital to improve its services further? We are currently looking for patients and carers to become involved in a development called “Patient Stories”. We want to know more about our services from the point of view of those who received them – what was good, bad, what could be improved, what should be changed. Want to know more about what’s involved? Please contact John Goodenough, Director of Nursing at john.goodenough@tgh.nhs.uk

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