Morriston Hospital

Morriston, Swansea, Wales, SA6 6NL
 
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Written by a NHS patient
21st May 2024


Tried parking in the disabled bays however the nurses thought they would use them instead, I asked 1 nurse can we park there and all I got was no I work here. My mother can't walk far and had to park further away from the door, in a bay that had sick all in the bay. After getting my mother in the hospital, the toilets are filthy, and staff not helpful.

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Written by a NHS patient
14th May 2024


I was very impressed by the positive attitude of all staff and the way they kept me informed of the investigations they were doing for my problem. The ward and the A & E were continually being cleaned. All staff were pleasant and could not do enough. I would like to say a very big thank you for the way you treated my problem.

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Written by a NHS patient
11th April 2024


Morriston hospital (children’s ward/wardM) were absolutely fantastic with my little boy. Really good communication between all staff, they dealt with the situation quickly and they were all so nice and kind. Thank you very much. On the children’s ward, it would be nice to see a parent’s rooms. Especially with parents staying over night, it would be nice for parents to be able to access coffee/tea.

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Written by a NHS patient
11th March 2024


Filthy toilets - used paper towels strewn over the 2 toilets I used. Disabled toilet had plastic yellow safety thing stuck in middle of floor?? Had to push my friend in wheelchair as no staff - from car park to fracture to prescription collection - it was a long, long way between each! Parking was non existent - cars parked over lowered kerbs, people in disabled bays with no blue badge, took half hour to get space. Very chaotic place - four female staff stood in hallway discussing plans for their evening as elderly lady struggled to control wheelchair with badly injured husband on way to fracture clinic. I parked my friend up & helped this woman myself- absolutely appalling place - avoid at all costs.

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Written by a NHS patient
3rd January 2024


I was admitted to Amu in November 2023 where I was told that I had pneumonia, chest infection was dehydrated and suspected internal bleeding. They were notified that I am immunosupressed due to anti rejection tablets following an organ transplant. They Dumped me into a chair where I was put on a drip, where I was told I had to sleep there overnight. The next day I was moved to a different area and dumped at the back end of a ward in the corridor next to a sink area for nurses, which was splattered with blood. When I asked about a pillow, I was told there weren't any. I expressed my concern, but was ignored. The following day I was moved again to a disused consultation room, not set up for patients no alarm pull etc. There was no switch to turn the lights out ,when I asked a nurse I was told that they were movement activated. By the early hours they were still on , when I asked the nurse she took me to another area full of patients and said the was a bed there if I wanted it. I refused and reminded her of not only my immune system but also my suffering of PTSD and social anxiety. I was taken back to the room where I broke down, a Dr was called , and gave me a sleeping tablet.Again the next day I was moved once again, this time to a side room. When the catering staff came to take my food order , they would not enter my room because of my immune system. This was farcical seeing as I had already been Dumped in various unsuitable areas. I couldn't get out of there quick enough, I was starving and bruised due to inadequate care. This was the most shambolic experience I have ever had to endure. I would never recommend anyone to go to AMU .I was brought up to be proud and grateful for our NHS , I no longer believe that this is correct for this disgusting dump of a hospital.

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Written by a NHS patient
21st December 2023


My husband recently had a blocked artery treated in the short stay cardiac unit and staff were amazing. The consultants, doctors are so hard working and genuinely care about the patients. We cannot thank them enough for their care and commitment. The NHS always get bad press but they need more positive feedback

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Written by a NHS patient
24th October 2023


I was on Dan danino then after my operation I went to hdu the care I received from both places for 100% nothing was to much for the staff excellent I think the staff work very hard to meet the needs of the patient and more

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Written by a NHS patient
8th October 2023


Clydach Ward was a big part of my recovery. The staff were kind and supportive. The ward was spotless and all hospital staff were kind and polite. It was my birthday while I was there, they sang and made my day so special. I cant say thank you enough.

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Written by a NHS patient
28th September 2023


Waited 8 hours in a boiling hot area to be seen because of chest discomfort. 10 second ecg and then told to see my GP

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Written by a NHS patient
25th July 2023


Sorry but I wouldn’t recommend this hospital to anyone. “ The Green “ brigade were rude and noisy with no nursing skills whatsoever. The food was disgusting. I looked up who supplied the meals. Apparently it is cooked two weeks in advance and fast frozen. How can you freeze an omelette!!! I couldn’t even eat a beef burger as a biscuit as it was rock hard. Morriston Hospital change your cooked food suppler. Every time I have to stay in this hospital I lose half a stone because of their food. My daughter brought in fresh salad for me which the nurse kindly put into the fridge with my name on it. Next day when I asked for it I was told it had been thrown out because it was going bad.

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