Lyndhurst Road, Worthing, West Sussex, England, BN11 2DH
A great A&E experience! I watched as all arrivals were triaged within 10 minutes of arrival. They were then seen by the most appropriate category of clinician according to their symptoms. We probably were there for more than four hours but found the whole thing very impressive. Staff were courteous and empathetic to everyone.
I have been in this hospital a few times. I was discharged today with quite rude abruptness. It seems to me that the staff are generally no happy and morale at an all time low. My discharge from a bad internal bleed was followed by a comment from a nurse, try St.Richards next time they are far better. Quite a shock considering this nurse worked in A&E
All staff on Emergency admittance ward and later in Eastbrook Ward were outstanding. I suffer from progressive multiple sclerosis and was taken to the hospital by ambulance suffering from gastroenteritis where the team speedily tested and admitted me for treatment. Once I was stabilised I was transferred to Eastbrook Ward where again I received round the clock care and attention.The carers in Eastbrook Ward were devoted, kind and extremely caring. Thank you for everything.
Worthing Hospital is a wonderful hospital. The staff are all friendly and helpful and it must be one of the best hospitals in the area. We are so lucky to be in the catchment area for treatment.
Worthing hospital intentions are to kill me gave told me to contact Slaters and Gordpn by Neurology they nearly killed me this month and told that the CCQ report was not satisfactory and the CCQ were paid to upgrade. I would never touch ENT or this hospital again the NHS should be privatised and the staff must take a pa cut. They promise care which is a word they do not understand
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