"i hate this hospital"

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i was having a miscarriage, they left me waiting out in the waiting room. and left me to get on with it. no care no support from any1.

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Response from Molly Baack, Associate Director of Communications, South London Healthcare NHS Trust We are preparing to make a change

Following a brief response to you from the Trust via the NHS Choices website, your comment was passed on to our managers in charge of A&E and maternity. They have advised me that, following your comment, they will revisit the policies for the way in which women undergoing miscarriage are treated in A&E as our current procedures are clearly not working. Our Chief Midwife, Donna Ockenden, has also asked me to pass on her contact details for you to get in touch with her and discuss your experience should you wish to. She can be contacted by telephone: 01689 864858 or email donna.ockenden@nhs.net

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Response from Queen Elizabeth Hospital Woolwich

I am very sorry for how you were treated in A&E. Your comment has been escalated to our Chief Midwife and A&E nurse manager for their attention. Unfortunately we are unable to contact you through NHS Choices but if you would like to speak to someone you can speak to our PALs department on Tel: 020 8836 4592 Email: pals.qeht@nhs.net