"Revisit as in-patient to Ward 17 due to relapse"

About: Royal Preston Hospital

Taken ill abroad with re-occurence of myasthenia gravis. Flew home to first available bed in Ward 17. Following 5 days of treatment my recovery was remarkable to all. Previously unable to chew, swallow or speak. The whole Staff, Cleaners and Caterers @ Ward 17, despite obvious understaffing problems, work entirely as a well honed unit, without exception and cannot be faulted in any way. Nothing is considered too much trouble, their devotion to duty is commendable. I was admitted unable to eat practically anything at all but from critical to discharge home (8 days) I gained 6 pounds. The catering was commendable throughout, no complaints there whatsoever. Massive thanks, a tremendous Unit throughout !!!

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Response from Royal Preston Hospital

Thank you for taking the time to provide your feedback. I'm so pleased to hear that your experience was so positive when you were recently a patient on Ward 17 and that your recovery has been so remarkable. Please be assured that your comments have been forwarded to the senior clinicians and managers in that area to share with their staff.

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