Barley Lane, Goodmayes, Ilford, Essex England, IG3 8YB
Where to start 2002 problem prostate cancer, then bladder and lymph nodes, treatment Radiotherapy, Cystectomy for removal of all offending parts replaced with urostomy bag then a recurrent attack in groin area followed by chemo so have spent the best part of the last 18 years in Old Church, Queens and King George’s Hospitals so my view of the medical care I have received at all three hospital has been of the highest standard from the Consultants, Doctors, Nurses right the way down to the lady who cleaned the ward each day they all showed me a high standard of respect of which I shall forever great full for saving my life.YES IAM STILL ONTOP OF THE GRASS NOT UNDER IT
Caring and competent staff but very noisy at night in large Ash ward due to the semi-open plan layout with 8 bed wards open at one end onto a main thoroughfare/corridor where admin desks, toilets etc are located. Could do with some form of screen/closure to dampen the noise. Would also help if the night staff lowered their voices speaking to each other rather than talking at normal volumes.
A smaller hospital than Queens Romford, it seems, and more relaxed. Staff friendly and caring on all levels. Only downside it appeared from my 6 night stay was that Night relief ward sisters changed every night and appeared to be Agency. A couple of them were not as impressive as the great majority.
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