"Rowan ward"

About: Whipps Cross University Hospital / Gynaecology

A few weeks ago I was rushed into hospital to a&e with signs of a ruptured appendix. I was very impressed with how I was treated in a&e although there was a wait I was sent to majors within 20 minutes of being there. Once seen by a doctor 5 hours later they moved me to a ward explaining I will be in for surgery any time. The staff were fantastic in explaining what was going to happen and taking care of me. I was very nervous going down to the theatre but a member of staff was there to support me and keep me calm which I felt was amazing. The care I received post op was great. All of the staff were very approachable and helpful when I needed support and I couldn't have asked for better care during the week I was in hospital.

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Response from Whipps Cross University Hospital

Thank you for taking the time to send us your feedback following your recent surgery at Whipps Cross. It is lovely to read that the staff were caring and supportive throughout your treatment. We will pass your kind message on to be shared with all the team.

Best wishes

Barts Health NHS Trust

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