"Dog bite story."

About: The Great Western Hospital

I've arrived to ER at arround 2pm 8th January 2016. First time in the hospital as a patient.

Registration, bit of waiting, Triage. Vaccinations. Drip. At 1900 I got my wounds cleaned by a doctor. It takes some time to this stage, but i saw people with more serious injuries and as i completly understand way the busiest industry in the world have to prioritise the cases i was just a patient patient :)

I saw all those colorfull bees running, trying to satisfy all waiting sufferers at one time. The attitude was great. Even though some of those bees were already after ten hours of continous exhaustive bustle, theire attitude, commitment and passion were still like as the just graduate. I was so impressed. It was my idea as to whathappens in the middle of Swiss watch.

Hatts off, to all the ER team, to all nurses, to all doctors, to all hellpers, elves, dwarves, all smal mice and bees. You are doing fantastic job. Titans of work. Salutans of Swing.

You all are in my eyes absolute role models. People with such a developed empathy should be leading others to a greater world.

Part II

I would also like to send special thanks to The Shalbourne Suite. Would love to thank everyone there for such a friendly and family. I felt like I got a separate bond with every person I have met there. Even though I'm like milion others that will go through this ward every single person let me feel very special and they all treated me indyvidually. That was something i have never expressed before.

You are great people. Great proffesionals with hige passion. Don't you ever let anyone to make you doubt in it. I allready feel like You are all my best friends. I just met you yesterday and will leave tomorrow morning. But i allready miss you. You make me feel like at home. Spolied me a bit but never loose the focus on me.

I would rather not like to come back to soon. I would rather not meet springer spaniels anymore. I would love to live atraumatic life. But if... I will definently come back and will patiently wait for my turn as I know I will be in good hands.

No words to thank You all...

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