Posted by Suzy S (as ),
My mother-in-law was admitted at Tameside after being told at another hospital that there was nothing wrong with her. At Tameside the first doctor she saw in A&E was lovely but very professional, she knew exactly how to speak and treat her.
After a stay in MAU - which was a lovely ward - and Colin a nurse who never stopped and was wonderful with the patients she was moved to ward 41. My mother was seen by several doctors who diagnosed she had vasculitis - which is very rare. She was transferred immediately to the MRI Renal ward.
I am sorry but I don't know which doctor diagnosed this rare illness but thank you so much - it saved her life.