"2 Years of Frustration and Distress"

About: St Peter's Hospital (Chertsey)

My mother-in-law has COPD and has been admitted to St Peters hospital on several occasions over the past two years. From my experience there is an appalling lack of communication between the hospital staff and social services. As her main carer it is almost impossible to get information on her condition and the hospital has, on several occasions, discharged my mother when she was quite obviously in no fit state to be sent home. Yet again tonight she has been discharged when she is in no fit state to be left on her own and to add insult to injury we have found that the hospital have left a cannula in her arm. We are now going to have to wait for the district nurse to come out to remove it. This is totally unacceptable.

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Response from St Peter's Hospital

Thank you for taking the time to post your comments here. We are extremely sorry and concerned to hear your comments about your mother in law's care. This is not the high standard of care we strive for in our hospitals. We would like to discuss this further with you. Please could you contact our Patient Experience Team on 01932 723553 or email pals@asph.nhs.uk. Alternatively, you can contact our Head of Patient Experience and Involvement, Louisa Daly who is extremely concerned and keen to talk you about this in more detail so that we can improve our services and care for our patients. She can be contacted on 01932 726436 or email Louisa.daly@asph.nhs.uk

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