The Queen Elizabeth University Hospital Glasgow
Written by a patient
17th December 2019
I was in last year with crippling migraines. A young male nurse when asked to be gentle as I'd had so many needles I was sore and bruised from the trainee doctor the day before who had tried several times to get blood from my arm, anyway this male nurse said he couldn't be gentle as he was 6ft 5in tall. My son had to walk out as he was going to give this idiot his character. On another occasion, I was in the 1 of the receiving units waiting to be seen, been there for three hours, there was an old lady crying for someone to help her for at least 2 hours, place was full of sick people. The staff done the conga all past the bays singing happy birthday as it was 1 of the nurses birthdays, not appropriate. I have been hearing the reports on the news about the water contaminated water, THE HOSPITAL IS BUILT RIGHT NEXT TO THE SEWERS AND 2 MINUTES UP THE ROAD IS A DUMP. Seriously uneducated person that had that idea.