"ward 22"

About: The James Cook University Hospital

my daughter lilly was on ward 22 for 10 days after a neck injury ,the staff where all so lovely even a nurse from the adult spinal ward organised her a bed so her stay was more comfy i could not say a bad word on anything .the volunteers that come in are amazing especially one just do an amazing job keep up the good work everyone

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Response from The James Cook University Hospital

Good morning

Thank you for your kind comments left on the NHS Choices Website expressing gratitude for the care and treatment recently afforded to your daughter on Ward 22 at The James Cook University Hospital.

I am very pleased that you were able to draw positives on your daughter’s inpatient episode on the ward at what must have been a very difficult time for your family.

It is always pleasing to receive a message of thanks and I very much appreciate you taking the time to contact the Trust.

I will ensure your kind comments are passed to Senior Managers for the relevant area, so the members of staff concerned are made aware of the positive feedback received from you.

It may interest you to know the trust welcomes nominations for the Trust’s annual ‘Nightingale Awards’ which, once a year, recognises the important contribution nurses and midwives make to patients and their families on a day-to-day basis.

Forms to nominate nurses and midwives for a Nightingale Award are available from the Director of Nursing’s office on 01642 854344 or by emailing val.fothergill@stees.nhs.uk

For further information or if you wish to nominate staff for either of these awards, please visit online at www.southtees.nhs.uk/about/awards

Thank you again for your kind words.

Kind regards

Margaret Robinson

IG and Patient Safety Advisor

Quality Assurance and Academic Directorate

Patient Advice and Liaison Service

The Murray Building

The James Cook University Hospital

Marton Road

Middlesbrough

TS4 3BW

Tel no: 01642 850850, x53725

Email: margaret.robinson@stees.nhs.uk