"Maternity Unit High Dependency."

About: The James Cook University Hospital

My daughter was admitted to James Cook to be induced on the 19th November 2015. She was cared for by a lovely midwife, who my daughter told me put her at ease. The midwife explained everything that was going to be done. She then moved to High Dependency ((Because of GD), the midwife again was so good and caring. After 7 hours in labour my beautiful Grandson Lincoln was born. The delivery was something I will never forget and the midwives where all superb. My daughter was then moved to one of the maternity wards, where she stayed until the 21st November. Again her care was second to none. I would like to thank all of the staff who cared for my daughter and grandson.

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Response from The James Cook University Hospital

Good morning

Thank you for your feedback in which you thank staff for the care and treatment afforded to your daughter when she was admitted to The James Cook University Hospital for the birth of her baby in November.

It is always pleasing to receive words of thanks and I very much appreciate you taking the time to contact us.

I shall certainly forward you kind words to the staff involved, who, I am sure will be very pleased to read them.

We welcome nominations for the Trust’s annual ‘Nightingale Awards’ which, once a year, recognise the important contribution nursing and midwifery make to patients and their families at The James Cook University Hospital or the Friarage Hospital on a day-to-day basis.

Forms are available from the director of Nursing’s office on 01642 854344 or by emailing val.fothergill@stees.nhs.uk.

Alternatively, you may wish to nominate online at www.southtees.nhs.uk/about/awards/.

With best wishes to you all

Yours sincerely

Barbara Bellamy

PALS