About: Bradford Royal Infirmary

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I was booked in for elective surgery, arrived at ward 5 at 7:30am, I was second on the list. The anesthetist came down and explained if an icu bed was not available my op would ave to be cancelled because I had recently been diagnosed with obstructive sleep apnoea and am still getting used to the machine. They sorted it, the surgeon was really nice and explained everything. 2 nurses came down and sat with me before I went in for surgery, I laid down, next thing I knew I was waking up. I was taken up to icu and the care I got was amazing. I can't fault care from beginning to end. The NHS is amazing and iam very grateful for it. Si

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Response from Bradford Royal Infirmary

Thank you Mr. Hiles for your positive comments. We hope you are well on the way to recovery from your operation. The comments will be passed on to the staff in ICU and Ward 5. We appreciate you taking the time to provide feedback for the care we provide and wish you good health in the future.

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