Royal Hallamshire Hospital

Glossop Road, Sheffield, England, S10 2JF
 
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Written by a patient
12th July 2017


I was diagnosed with Paget's disease in January 2017 and had a mastectomy and implant insertion in February just a month later. I was under the care of Mr Hadad who from the moment of meeting I knew I was going to be under the care of a very caring and skilled surgeon. My surgery was performed by a very professional team headed by Mr Hadad. From the time of my first consultation through to recovery I have found all the departments I visited relevant to my case very efficient and professional . I feel privileged to live in an area where I have access to such a renowned hospital.

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Written by a patient
30th June 2017


I found the staff in Hallamshire Hospital in all the departments -ward scan bloods X-ray outpatients pre-op theatre- that I attended to be very helpful and made to feel at ease.They are a great credit to the NHS

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Written by a patient
8th April 2017


The staff and nurses work very hard and gave outstanding service nothing was too much trouble they put themselves out to assist and make your stay comfortable.

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Written by a patient
2nd February 2017


The hospital was very clean, the anesthetist, the nurses & all staff were fantastic, I was allocated my own room on the ward and felt really well looked after again, the aftercare was great.

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Written by a patient
18th November 2016


Every aspect of my treatment at the Hallamshire Hospital was first class and I shall be eternally grateful to them.

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Written by a patient
21st January 2016


I don't think they could improve on the care at this hospital. The staff are very caring and professional. The building is very clean and well looked after. The only problem is limited car parking.

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Written by a patient
18th September 2015


I had amazing care at the royal hallamshire hospital. So clean and the staff were amazing :-)

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Written by a patient
26th September 2014


Very happy with the staff at P3 and P4. Thank you all so much!

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Written by a patient
14th May 2014


Excellent care and extremely clean.

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18th February 2014


I recently spent 6 nights in the H2 Urology ward after bowel/bladder surgery and was very glad to come home. Most of the staff worked incredibly hard but, were clearly understaffed and could not therefore provide a reasonable level of care. They were often late with medication resulting in patients being unnecessarily in pain sometimes for up to an hour. I witnessed this for myself and the 3 other ladies in my ward. Twice my overnight urine collection bag overflowed on to the floor because they did not have time to check the bags regularly. On one occasion this was quickly mopped up with a cotton bed pad at about 5am, the floor was not washed for another 36 hours. There was also a soiled bed pan of blood/urine left on one of the patient toilets for 3 whole days. The surface of my bed table from which I ate and drank was not wiped down once during my 6 day stay. Most of the staff were very hard working and kind but, some became quickly agitated if I dared to ask twice for something. One lady opposite me who was extremely poorly was told by the doctors around 9am that she could have her first drink of water after a long recovery from surgery. By 10.30 she still hadn't been given a drink - I had to ask twice on her behalf to get her a beaker of water which she finally got around 11.15! There was also 2 nurses who were very stern and unkind, I was OK because I could stand up for myself but I overheard a few harsh words towards the older ladies. The hospital trust should be aware that this ward is not working efficiently and they should not be taking advantage of the hardworking staff who could end up making dangerous mistakes because they are so exhausted.PLEASE SORT THIS OUT ASAP!!

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