"Parkinson's taken in account during my stay at Nottingham City Hospital"

About: City Hospital campus

(as the patient),

All staff involved understood the importance of my medication being given on time. The times for my medication was written on my notes. There was no need to remind them

Medications were locked up in my bedside cabinet. Nurses unlocked cabinet and then dispensed my drugs accordingly.

All staff were aware of my Parkinson's, some asked questions about my condition and all staff were very caring and considerate towards my needs. Whole experience 100% excellent!

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Responses

Response from Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust

Thank you very much for taking the time to share your positive feedback about the services and care you received at one of our hospitals. We will forward your kind comments on as well as your observations about the care taken with your medication.