Coity Road, Bridgend, Mid Glamorgan, Wales, CF31 1RQ
This hospital is brilliant the service is amazing they are kind and helpful and make you feel safe at the tuffest of times especially when loved ones ate ill thank you to all staff at this hospital for all their help and support they deserve every recognitions.. Many thanks from Samantha and William attended today at a and e .
I took myself to the A&E dept on the 31st of October and was in some considerable discomfort.I was in there within 10 minutes of arriving and was seen to immediately.All the staff were friendly and courteous and I eventually left 6 hours+ later.However my underlying problem is not resolved (Not the staff's fault) due to one thing and another.
My Son was taken to A&E on Sunday 18 Nov 2018 after a rugby injury with suspected neck injury. The paramedic, ambulance team and hospital staff were amazing on what was clearly a busy shift. I wish I had taken all their names so my husband, son and I could thank them all personally! They were all very caring and professional dealing with what was a very scary time. Thanks NHS, you’re the best. From the Kennedy family xx
Been to pow hospital Bridgend this evening my wife has a really bad chest infection and I have to say the treatment was second to none the nurse in charge was very easy to talk to and explained everything the doctors were very helpful and easy to talk too and explained everything. In this day and age people are so quick to criticise hospitals but I have to do this review and hope all the staff in a&e get to see it thanks from Kathy and David.
Sorry to say not to impressed with Princess of Wales. communication between Departments and staff terrible. Didn’t seem to matter how many times you give them information they would still repeatedly ask for the same information .Each member of staff give different information and explanations ( One day he was going for re-able meant then he wasn’t he was told he was going home Then he wasn’t )in the end we as a Family give up asking . After three months in hospital he was discharged without a home assessment, occupational therapist said he could walk so no need for an assessment, didn’t take account that surroundings were different to a single room that he had been Barrier nursed in for six weeks .He was medically fit and that was it off you go ! With no consideration of his confidence or anxieties .