"Neuro Surgery and Endocrine Specialists"

About: Addenbrooke's Hospital

I was admitted to Addenbrookes to have a pituitary tumour removed. After I was discharged I unfortunately had to be re admitted following my sodium levels dropping which made me feel really unwell.

I received, during both admissions amazing care and support. The clinical staff in Neuro Surgery and Endocrine Departments saw me every day and the additional staff from the nurses on the wards was professional and caring. In fact most people ask 'what was the food like?'...well I could not fault it....thank you Addenbrookes for a fantastic NHS service, which still continues whilst I am recovering.

No one has been difficult to contact when I have needed advice.

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Response from Addenbrooke's Hospital

Thank you for taking the time to let us know that you were pleased with the care provided by all the staff when you admitted and after you left the hospital.

We are glad to know that you received kind and professional care, and that the catering was good.

I will pass on your comments and staff to the relevant staff as they will be much appreciated.

I hope you are continuing to recover well.

Patient Advice and Liaison Service (PALS)

pals@addenbrookes.nhs.uk

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