Letters: Pauline and David Caulton, July 5, 2016

QEH General Views of the outside of the hospital ANL-150525-110941009
QEH General Views of the outside of the hospital ANL-150525-110941009
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A few weeks ago my wife and I were on holiday in Norfolk when my wife was suddenly taken ill and rushed to the Queen Elizabeth Hospital where she was admitted to the Oxborough ward and treated for a large kidney stone.

I have to say that I believe that she could not have received better treatment anywhere.

The nursing staff on the ward were superb. They were kind, caring, considerate and very professional.

Everyone, from the consultants to the porters and the cleaners were excellent and treated her with the utmost kindness and consideration. I am pleased to say that she has made a full recovery. We would like to express our profound gratitude to them all.

Another lady on the ward, Mrs Rose Drew, of Lynn, when told that I would be writing to you, asked me to express her thanks also as she was just as impressed as we were with the treatment she received.

Pauline and David Caulton, Swadlincote, Derbyshire