"13 years of absolute hell"

About: University College Hospital / Urology

Misdiagnosed / Obvious & clear test results ignored leading to bladder detrusor total failure leaving me with a suprapubic catheter since August 2005. Sent home with no knowledge how to deal with catheter afterwards. I have been admitted for multiple infections, on one occasion (within a carefully proven timeline, accepted by UCH in reply to a complaint) when I clearly had a serious infection, I was put in a bed inn A&E with filthy sheets from previous patients stay, I contracted MRSA. Which I am tested positive for every time I go to a Hospital or GP'. I have suffered countless attacks of-sepsis, which can kill. And just so that it is clear to people, MRSA is still a potentially life threatening disease. I have now got prostate cancer, a dreadfully compromised immune system, & I have been treated like scum. A nuisance that all would like to go away. Well, here's some good news. I probably will, quite soon. This reflects on everyone, & is so unfair to the other wonderful people who work their hearts out for the patients lucky enough to get them. August 2005 Is not on your when did I visit list. Loads of times I have come begging for help but there is never an Urologist at A&E.

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Response from University College Hospital

Thank you for taking the time to feed back to us. We are very sorry to hear about your recent experience in our Urology Department. If you would like to discuss this further please contact our Patient Advice and Liaison Service (PALS) via pals@uclh.nhs.uk or by calling 020 3447 3042, quoting ref: 1155.

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