For much of 2015 and up to the present, I have been having treatment by the NHS. It first started with a minor exploratory operation at the Wisbech hospital, and from there it was on to Addenbrooke’s Hospital in Cambridge for radiotherapy and chemotherapy.
After a few weeks it was then on to Lynn hospital for a major operation, which was most successful. I’m still having chemo, but I’m well on the road to recovery.
Nowadays we only hear of complaints about the NHS but, personally, I have nothing but praise for them. I have been treated by most departments, A&E, ICU, Marham ward, Terrington ward, surgeons, doctors, nurses and I can say without fear of contradiction, that I have received the very best of care from all, including wonderful district nurses treating me at home. The NHS is not a job, it’s a vocation.
The best advice I can give to the NHS is, never trust a Tory, look what happened to the police force – we now have cardboard policemen, we don’t want cardboard nurses, do we?
Bob Mace, North Wootton