Praise for hospital
DESPITE my eulogising earlier this year about York Hospital and my treatment there, I feel there is no such thing as “too much praise”.
I read with ever-growing incredulity the reports of hospitals from hell and realise how fortunate we are to have the marvellous hospital we do.
Last year I had the misfortune to suffer a stroke. Fortunately, apart from loss of balance (which superb physiotherapy at the hospital went a long way to restoring) I am virtually back to normal and can get out and about on my push-bike once more.
Most people look on the day of discharge with great excitement, but I knew I would be leaving the wonderful food and have to go back to those dreadful meals at my own home.
Why dreadful? Simple, because I would be preparing them myself.
There were several follow-up visits until I was signed off (academic as I’m retired), and that was the end of my experience of a very caring hospital and marvellous staff.
So, be very thankful that we have such a wonderful hospital. Should you have to be admitted, you will be in safe hands.
Philip Roe, Roman Avenue South, Stamford Bridge.
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