"To thank staff"

About: New Cross Hospital

My wife come up to be induced on 10th of september 2015 and a midwife seen to her first in the morning who was very good. Then change over for the afternoon shift then she got seen by a another midwife who was extremely rushed off their feet seening to all the patience on the induction ward as they did not have anyone to help them out as they was all needed on the labour ward.

i think it's wrong, there should more staff ie midwives to help out as there are far to much children being born and less staff.

The midwife want's to be so proud of themself in doing a good job.on the night shift my wife then seen another midwife who was very good too then they moved my wife to the labour ward to have my baby son Dawson she was seen by other midwives who started seeing to her, who were very good as was the sister on the labour ward, they were very nice too, kept their eyes on my wife as she had a bad labour with my son. my wife as had three girls with no pain releaf but with my son she had to have epidural. Please thank the staff as well for what they did to make my wife have less pain, she was on gas and air as well so all said and done i like to thank all the staff that have seen to her, also i want to say thank the staff on d10 where they kept her for over night to make sure everythink was ok so all said and done can you please thank you for what they have all done. Stuart R.

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Responses

Response from The Royal Wolverhampton NHS Trust

Dear Stuart

Thank you very much for taking the time to post your comments relating to your wife's patient experience, may I also take this opportunity to congratulate you and your wife on the birth of your baby son.

I will share your comments with our staff and wish you all well for the future!

Kindest regards

Judith Davis

Patient Experience Services Manager

Response from New Cross Hospital

Dear Stuart

Thank you very much for posting your comments relating to your wife's patient experience at our hospital.

May I take this opportunity to congratulate both you and your wife on the birth of your baby son.

I will share your comments with our staff and wish you all well for the future!

Kindest regards

Judith Davis

Patient Experience Services Manager

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