The Queen Elizabeth University Hospital Glasgow

1345 Govan Road, Glasgow, Scotland, G51 4TF
 
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Written by a NHS patient
24th March 2021


I was in casuality for 8 hours, and still waiting for a dygnosis that makes sense, and mum has been 8 hours for medicine from the pharmacy, how long foes it take to get medication together. And get it to the patient. Absul shocking, they should demolist the hole hospital and start again

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Written by a NHS patient
22nd March 2021


I would like to say a huge thank you to the staff who work in 11b, who looked after my Dad, who was terminally ill with cancer, they looked after him with care and dignity, and made him comfortable and also looking after his family during Dad's final days, I cannot thank them enough for what they did. Thank you soo much again, God bless you all.

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Written by a NHS patient
4th March 2021


I would like to say a BIG BIG thank you to Ross and the team at nuclear medicine at the QEUH. I visited them today. They are so professional and so kind you feel they treat each patient as a person. what a wonderful team Thank you all so much

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Written by a NHS patient
19th February 2021


I would like to say thank you to the staff of ward 11D for their care on my unexpected stay. I would also like to thank the endoscopy team who put me at ease prior to my procedure. I’m very grateful for your tireless work and dedication in these difficult times.

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Written by a NHS patient
17th February 2021


I was extremely nervous with regards to my procedure at hospital and had not slept properly a few days prior to surgery adding more stress to my situation however the nurses were really pleasant and understanding helping to calm me down. The procedure itself went really well from my experience, I was really worried about pain relief and upon reflection, was worrying unnecessarily. The hospital is clean and tidy and the nurses were always available to me. The food is good too! Tuna salad and a coffee was offered to me pretty quickly after I came round. I feel the patient protocol for discharge is thorough as the nurses made sure I had my house keys and medication before leaving the building, I can be quite forgetful so this was very helpful to me. I find it difficult sometimes putting my trust in others especially during this covid crisis, I imagine it is stressful for alot of patients, it is a no brainer really lol, I just wish I trusted in the whole situation more, I would have saved myself alot of anxiety, now I can recover at home and can honestly say I'm doing really well and looking forward to my future with my quality of live being improved now. My sincere gratitude to all staff that cared for me at Queen Elizabeth ICU and to the big guy that reminded me to lift my phone charger before I left the ward!

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Written by a patient
24th December 2020


Wonderful care during my recent visit for carotid surgery.The two surgeons who done the procedure Mr Yapanis and Mr Mackenzie wonderful.I was treated with upmost respect everything was explained in layman's terms,I was made to feel I was in very safe hands and was therefore less worried.The procedure went well and I can't thank them enough.The nursing and auxiliary staff were amazing as well and I felt well looked after.I must also mention the anesthetic team who were great too.I have been in my local hospital in the past and had a very negative experience so I can't praise this place enough as far as the vascular department go.

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Written by a carer
6th December 2020


I have visited few hospitals in Spain and Glasgow with my daughter who is a sickle cell patient and I find the staff of Queen Elizabeth hospital to be amazing. The Haematology department is more than up to the task of caring for sickle cell patients, and the staff of 6A were my daughter has been admitted on several occasions are Angels. Life is valued here, the medical staff and their teams of health workers are just too professional and above all very empathetic. Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Glasgow is a home of comfort as they provide the best health care that we all deserve.

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Written by a patient
28th October 2020


I recently was a patient of the neurology block, I had an operation to remove a left frontal lobe meningioma. I was very well looked after and kept safe, the nurses, assistant nurses, porters and domestic staff were all so wonderful and lovely, understanding, caring and patient. My surgeon Mr Hassan was amazing, a lovely gentleman who cares very much about his patients, the other surgeon Mr Bhattarai was also amazing and both of these men gave me back my life can’t thank them enough. All the surgical team and scan technicians were all so wonderful, you all are true angels doing gods work, thank you so much. Xxxxxxxxxxx

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Written by a patient
25th July 2020


Just had our little boy Daniel by elective section on 22/07/20.. my pregnancy was classed high risk and as such I was mostly seen by consultant Dr Brennand who I trust implicitly and midwives prior to this. I cannot fault the excellent, friendly care I was given throughout. I felt really well cared for and monitored with a clear plan in place. A special thanks to midwas, Sharon (mat daycare) and Cathy Grant and midwife in training Margaret Torrance for their lovely caring attitudes and friendliness during apointments and the very reassuring sonographer who carried out my scans. The surgical team were all very efficient and explained everything clearly and concisely to me, putting my mind at ease. A big thank you to the lovely doctor mr Logan and the lady doctor who performed the section. I felt verycomfortable in the knowledge i was in good hands. My midwife MaryAnne was fantastic and although my little boy had to go straight to NICU for the day for extra help and care I was happy he was in the very capable hands of the fab staff there, particularly, Taylor and Sinead who were amazing. On ward 50 there are are many angels, including Jacqui, Sharon and Karen and the fab auxiliary who made the best tea and walked with me to Nicu and back and helped me. I believe in giving credit and praise where it is due and im really greatful for the care i received both during and after my pregnancy.

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Written by a patient
24th June 2020


I recently had an operation the surgeon Mr Wright Lorraine nurse theatre staff nurse Margaret who reassured me Also staff ward 9D Scott Cameron Claire and Laura I would like to thank you all RC

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