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My husband asked me to get him to the SRP as he was finding it difficult to breath. He was gulping for air and felt as if he was drowning. On arrival he was taken to a treatment room and hooked up to ECG, whilst having his blood pressure taken. This was repeated a number of times because the readings seemed scary and they were double and triple checking that this was accurate. Within 30 mins of arriving, my husband was in an ambulance on his way to A & E at Good Hope. All I can see is that my husband received first class treatment from everyone at SRP that morning, and we were made to feel as if nothing was too much trouble. My husband also commented on the ambulance staff and said how brfilliant they had been too. This all happened on a Sunday morning, and I cannot fault any part of the service we received that day. Thank you one and all

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Response from Sir Robert Peel Hospital

Thank you for taking the time and trouble to tell us about your experience at the Sir Robert Peel Community Hospital minor injuries unit.

It is gratifying to hear about your positive experience and we will share that with all the staff concerned.

Feedback is so important in helping us improve patient care and ensure that everyone has the best experience possible.

Thank you again

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