"The NHS is in very good hands"

About: Queen Elizabeth University Hospital Glasgow / General medicine

(as a relative),

Ward sister Collette and her professional and compassionate ward staff, the doctors, consultants and physiotherapists all provided excellent treatment and support to my elderly mother who was extremely ill when admitted to Glasgow Queen Elizabeth hospital.

Given my mothers dementia and only one (failing kidney) the family thought she may not survive here recent illness.

Survive she did and is now back in her home and looking forward to her 90th birthday.

The NHS is in very good hands at operational level. A big thank you from all the family.

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Responses

Response from Ian Reeves, Consultant Physician, NHS Greater Glasgow & Clyde

Dear Johnboy,

Thank you so much to you and your family for taking the time to sit and write this lovely comment. All the staff in ward 8a really appreciate it and it means a lot. We are glad we contributed to your positive experience and the recovery of your mum.

From Collette, (ward sister).

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