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About: Wythenshawe Hospital

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On 27/3/2013 my husband was admitted to Wythenshaw hosp. Manch.,he arrived at 6-45 a.m.,from the moment we entered the main door,we were both treated with a cheerfull smile &respect hubby as a pt. &myself as a relative &concerned wife, hubby was directed to the admissions ward &myself to a room where relatives can stop the night,the room would certainly pass any hotel standard,clean, comfortable, tea,coffee,ect, available all you needed was milk, free view t.v. ,so when I rang the ward phone in room so relatives can keep intouch with their relatives progress, the lady ay the other end was extremely helpfull at visiting time the nurses very attentive, cheerfully, courteous, &most of all treated all their pts. With the utmost dignity, my husbands named nurse was a delight ,always a smile ,no procedure or explanation to my husbands needs was to much trouble ,she explained everything a way a pt. could follow &understand ,I only wish we had got her name, the porters, security, doctors & other nurses were all of the same attitude nothing was to much trouble,it sounds like a silly statement,it was a pleaser to be a visitor to this hospital, also a special mention for the Registrar this lady went beyond her remitt for assisting my husbands named nurse&my husband every possiblewayeven went to another dept to get some results needed so she could obtain medication needed , last but not least the surgeon & his team an excellent group of professionals the ward in question is Ward 6 surgical

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Response from Wythenshawe Hospital

Thank you for taking the time to post your comments on the NHS Choices Website. We apologise for the delay in posting this response to your comments. Your comments have been forwarded to staff on The Admissions Ward and Ward A6, who I know are always appreciative when a patient gives such positive feedback. Kind regards The Patient Experience Department

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