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King George Hospital

Barley Lane, Goodmayes, Ilford, Essex England, IG3 8YB
 
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Review of ITU (Intensive Care Unit), written by a patient
19th August 2020

All of the staff, their constant care and attention was very reassuring. Staff were happy (smiley), polite and gentle. All that anyone would want.

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Review of ITU (Intensive Care Unit), written by a patient
19th August 2020

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Review of ITU (Intensive Care Unit), written by a patient
19th August 2020

Good.

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Review of ITU (Intensive Care Unit), written by a patient
19th August 2020

Very good. Nothing to improve.

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Review of ITU (Intensive Care Unit), written by a patient
19th August 2020

All good.

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Review of Adult Day Care Unit, written by a patient
10th August 2020

Kings & Queens Hospitals. Kingfisher Ward. Miss Verona Beckles and her team performed a Carpal Tunnel Release on my wrist on 22nd July 20. I first see Miss Beckles at Queens but had my operation at Kings. From the minute I arrived the staff put me at ease. I was taken to Kingfisher Ward where the staff were so lovely,so friendly and helpful..Miss Beckles came to see me before the operation to put my mind at rest. I was taken to theatre on time and the whole team,I’m sorry I can’t remember all the names, were so so calming. Aaron was telling me about his woodwork hobby,taking my mind off what was happening. Miss Beckles was talking to me throughout the operation. She was amazing as were her team. I never felt a thing during the operation. And I never had hardly any pain or discomfort afterwards either.. my stitches were taken out, and are all healed up now. The scar is amazing it won’t even show,what a fantastic surgeon. She was also assisted by another surgeon whom she was training. I am currently doing my exercises 4 times a day. I have full movement in my hand and no pain. Thank you very much Miss Verona Beckles for doing such a wonderful operation and all your team of course.. I look forward to seeing you at my follow up appointment. Thank you very much everyone in Kingfisher Ward you were amazing. Kind Regards Glenda Riches

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Review of Accident & Emergency, written by a family member
6th August 2020

Very very disappointed with the members of staff at MAJOR INCIDENT P1 & P2 at King George Hospital Several people are smoking outside at the smoking free area Raised the issue with the security and two of them plus a nurse rudely and very unprofessional said that I was the one wrong and I should be the one to move away from the smoking free area if I don’t like it Só me asking to them to speak to the others whom by the way are braking the law So embarrassing and unprofessional of them to even getting so close to me and saying all this things in the most rude way It shouldn’t be like this

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Written by a patient
30th July 2020

Since we have been living with this dreadful virus I have lost people that are lose to me and with my own health problems I have been terrified each time I have had to visit a hospital. this year alone I have had to attend appointments in several hospitals from St Bartholomew's to Southend hospital and with each visit I was more and more horrified by the lack of care given to protection from covid-19. You can therefore understand that I have been in a state of near panic for the last few days and woke this morning with a knot in my stomach and had to force myself to attend this mornings appointment. Still I arrived with over half an hour to spare and then had to stand in line to enter. The man that greeted me spent a little more than a second looking at my appointment letter before telling me I was early and would have to come back in twenty minutes as they didn't want me in to early. As you can imagine my heart sank as I explained I couldn't queue again as there was at least a dozen people behind me. He answered with surprising reassurance telling me that the line would be clear before I returned. As I watched from the bench across the road he addressed each inquiry quickly and with patience directing some or walking them inside. In the twenty minutes I had to wait he dealt with at least another ten people after the queue that I was in. When I returned he saw in though to a foyer area were he instructed me to use the hand gel that was provided, then in very simple terms told me how to put on a face face but asking me to use the hand gel again and when I asked why he told me I had touched my face and it was better to be safe. He then directed me to his as he put it colleges who checked me for a list before showing me to a room for screening were my temperature was taken and I was asked the usual questions. It wasn't until after I had finished my appointment and was on my way home that I realised that I had felt safe in a hospital for the first time in months and on reflection that was all thanks to the small team of people controlling access and trying to follow the guidelines for wearing a mask and social distancing. MY DEEPEST THANKS TO THE TEAM ON THE ENTRY DOOR AT ING GEORGE'S HOSPITAL. YOU HAVE RESTORED MY FAITH IN THE NHS.

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