St Peters Road, Margate, Kent, England, CT9 4AN
I attended the hospital on Sunday 21st January 2018, with severe chest and stomach pains, fearing that I had suffered another heart attack, having already been an inpatient the previous week with a "silent" heart attack. I was examined within minutes of arriving at the hospital and taken through to the observation unit where I stayed all day. Throughout the day I received constant attention including ECG, blood tests, etc. I was regularly visited by Doctor Richards, who kept me fully updated regarding my treatment. Luckily for me it wasn't another heart attack and I was released that same day at about 8.00pm. I felt safe and secure in the hospital due to the brilliant care of Doctor Richards and his nursing team. Well done Queen Elizabeth Hospital. Michael Barnbrook Patient Number 01702757
I have been in Q.E.Q.M hospital a few times in the past 2 years, this year I have had 2 Operations. I have only known great care from all members of staff. They are very polite, and show kindness and care. My favourite ward is Cheerful Sparrows..... a good ward in which to recover in. This August I was in for four weeks, I was looked after very well and the staff were there to help in my recovery nothing was to much trouble. The staff work very hard and long hours, I find they are very dedicated to their vocations. I highly recommend Queen Elizabeth the Queen mothers hospital.
I spent a total of 3 weeks in thenhospital, split between Intensive Care and Cheerful Sparrow wards. In both wards I felt that the staff were attentive, careful and well organised. They also went about their tasks cheerfully.