"Congenitial heart opperation"

About: Manchester Royal Infirmary

I was referred to the ACHU January 2015 and had heart surgery on the 17/11/15 to correct a ASD + PAPVD+Tricupcid valve repair and amputation of left atrial appendage the care both medical plus personal care was second to none. I spent three days in intensive care ward and four days in acute cardiac ward the nursing staff were great they all seemed

to be very knowledgeable which gave you great confidence.Since my discharge i have had

a couple of problems not as it happens to do with the surgery but breathing/lung related,

I was admitted on both occasions they were very thorough in getting to the bottom of the problem all through this the consultant surgeon came to see me and see how I was getting

along which is very reassuring so i can only say thanks to all concerned.

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Response from Amy McCawley, Patient Experience Team, Central Manchester University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

Thank you for posting your kind comments regarding your visit to the Manchester Royal Infirmary on the NHS Choices Website. We were very pleased to hear that you received good care and a positive experience on both of the wards that you stayed on.

We were especially pleased to hear that you felt reassured by our staff. It is always good to receive feedback which highlights the dedication of our staff and we will pass your feedback onto the Matrons of the wards so that it can be shared with the wider team.

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