"A&E for our Daughter who broke her arm at school"

About: Hinchingbrooke Hospital

When we arrived at A&E our 7 year old daughter was in a lot of pain with a clearly broken arm, we was seen to by a nurse in the waiting room and lilly was taken straight through to see a doctor, given pain killers and sent to X-ray, on her return she was put in a room where a nurse came to put her arm in plaster and a sling, along the way we was asked was everything ok, fantastic friendly staff from A&E to X-ray and the plaster team.Thank you so much Lilly kept her pink plaster?

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Response from Hinchingbrooke Hospital

Thank you very much for taking the time to leave feedback - we are delighted to hear that you had such a great experience and will pass on your thanks to the staff concerned.

Wishing your daughter a very speedy recovery, and glad to head that she liked her pink plaster.

If you would like any further information or advice in the future, please contact our PALS Manager, Lorraine Tosh on 01480 428964 or email: hch-tr.pals@nhs.net.

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