"Ruptured Eptopic Pregnancy"

About: North Manchester General Hospital

Admitted via A&E as emergency surgery was needed, I can't thank the staff enough on the High dependancy ward, ward C5 and also the Gynae Assesment team I am extremely thankful and after suffering from an emergency ectopic rupture where I feel my life was saved by these people I am just overwhelmed by how fantastic the staff are and how much they genuinely care, my only negative is that you are not kept in for very long abs I felt I wasn't ready to go home after 4 days after such traumatic surgery I still have questions that I need answering as to why it happened or what to do in the future about conceiving and at the time due to being in pain and medicated I couldn't think straight to be able to ask .... I would like somebody to contact me regarding this if possible thank you

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Response from North Manchester General Hospital

Thank you for leaving your comment regarding your visit to the Accident and Emergency department, ward C5 and the High Dependency Unit at North Manchester General Hospital. We are always pleased to receive positive comments; we are also pleased the staffs were fantastic. We are however sorry to read you did not feel ready to go home and still need some questions answering. If you wish to discuss your concerns, please contact the Patient Advice and Liaison Service (PALS) on 0161 604 5897. We will also forward your comment to the department manager to share with the rest of the team.