"Doctors getting together to discuss patient care"
About: Queen Elizabeth University Hospital Glasgow / General medicine Queen Elizabeth University Hospital Glasgow General medicine Glasgow G51 4TF
Posted by Lindsay (as ),
My troubles started last July (2015) when I had to be admitted to the above hospital with fluid retention I was admitted to ward 8B my treatment was excellent and staff were great.
In April of this year I was admitted again this time an ulcer in my tummy but because of my other illnesses an operation was not on offer and I was put on a drip for 5 days this seemed to work, again the staff of ward 9D were wonderful. The consultant in charge changed my medication and I was allowed home.
I was only home 2 days when I started to feel dreadful, I went to my GP who took my bloods. These came back my salts were very low and I had to go back to hospital I was put on drips with a heart monitor the staff at ward 6C were the best could not do enough for me. Again my medication was changed.
After a week I was back again low salts and throwing up blood. ward 4 was a wonderful ward to be in the consultants as well as the staff were great. I have no complaints about the hospital its wonderful as is your staff, but why can't the doctors get together to discuss patient care and medication.