"I was admitted to the hospital in April..."

About: Royal Shrewsbury Hospital

What I liked

I was admitted to the hospital in April of this year through A and E, then transferred to the Intsensive Care Unit and eventually moved onto the Head and Neck Ward, I spent two weeks in total in the hospital, on admission I was seriously ill. The treatment I recieved was second to none, the Drs, Nurses and staff were absolutely amazing and I know without the immediate care, very hard work and attention that I recieved I would have died. From the first person that treated me to the last person that handed me my discharge letter, they were all professional, kind, caring, reassuring and truely amazing. I can only from the bottom of my heart, thank each and every one of you for the care that you all gave. Thank You all so much.

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Response from Royal Shrewsbury Hospital

It is incredibly touching when patients take the time and trouble to provide feedback about their care.

We aim to provide the best possible services for all of our patients and we are pleased that your experience in A&E, Intensive Care and the Head & Neck Unit at the Royal Shrewsbury Hospital matched our aspirations.

Since the NHS Choices website is anonymous, your contact details are not shared with the Trust. We have passed a copy of your message to the departments you have mentioned. However, if you think that anyone involved in your care deserves special mention - an individual or a team - then we welcome nominations for the Chairman's Award. To find out more please visit the Compliments section of our website (www.sath.nhs.uk/patient_information/compliments.asp) or the Chairman's Award page (http://www.sath.nhs.uk/about/chairmansaward.asp).

Thank you for taking the time to provide feedback via the NHS Choices website.

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