"Maxillofacial in accident and emergency"

About: Queen's Medical Centre

I was unfortunate yesterday in having a tooth removed at my dentist and the bleeding didn't stop afterwards... phoned him back, but they closed early, the private emergency number didn't answer either, so I called 111 for advice... they told me to go to the QMC, which is my local hospital.

I can't praise the medical attention enough from the maxillofacial department who went beyond care to reassurance when I had to return back in the early hours of next morning feeling very faint.

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Responses

Response from Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust

It’s great to hear you were well looked after and our team did such a good job keeping you informed about what was going to happen next in your care. I hope you’re recovering well.

Kind regards,

Hannah Docherty.

Matron, Head and Neck.

Response from Queen's Medical Centre

It’s great to hear you were well looked after and our team did such a good job keeping you informed about what was going to happen next in your care. I hope you’re recovering well.

Kind regards, Hannah Docherty. Matron, Head and Neck.

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