"Maternity services"

About: Conquest Hospital

we are deeply saddened by the service provided by depart. maternity, my wife entered the hospital on delivery service on July 15, 2015, being always in great distress at the only treatment he was given were pills for pain, only gave him a gas for pain on 17 July night, and these days hospitalized and not having been born we went to the theater was finally born, at noon on July 18, my wife suffered for three days in pain almost no medical care, still three months later still suffers from several labor symptoms, we now ask for an opinion of private gynecologist for further reaction to the hospital servisse sorry sincerity, but in my opinion this poor care of my wife was because we were two foreigners working in the kingdom discounting all tax 35-40 hours per week and do not receive any government benefits by working long hours

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Response from Conquest Hospital

We are extremely concerned to read your posting about your wife's experience of Maternity services at the Conquest Hospital, and saddened to hear that she is still unwell three months after your baby's birth.

Please be assured that we want to help, and we take your posting very seriously.

To enable us to do this, our Head of Midwifery and Gynaecology would like the opportunity to speak with you and we would therefore urge you to make contact with us.

You can do this by contacting our Patient Advice & Liaison Service (PALS) on 01424 758090 or by email at esh-tr.PALSH@nhs.net.

PALS will take details from you, and arrange for the Head of Midwifery and Gynaecology to make contact with you.

We sincerely hope that you feel able to make contact so that we can look into your concerns in more detail.

We apologise for the fact that you and your wife’s experience was poor.

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