July 2017 Week 3

Saturday 15th July

Death of patient in hospital toilet: post-mortem results due next week (Gloucestershire Live)

Sunday 16th July

None

Monday 17th July

Hospital bus service changes Interview with Deborah Lee (BBC Radio Gloucestershire)

Tuesday 18th July

Woman, 40, goes missing after being at GRH (Gloucestershire Live)

Wednesday 20th July

Big changes on way to hospital shuttlebus in Cheltenham (Gloucestershire Live)

How Gloucestershire's hospitals managed to rack up a £27million deficit (Gloucestershire Live)

Thursday 21st July

None

Friday 22nd July

None

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Very humbled to have presented long service awards to @gloshospitals volunteers today, many years of incredible dedication & kindness 🙏🏻

Huge #ThankYou to the brilliant team at Hanman Split for helping our Focus fund with signage at short notice! hanman-split.co.uk

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I would like to thank the nurses and staff and mr Clint and his operating team for the excellent service after having a operation I had after last year when it all went wrong after a Zimmer frame fell apart on me and opening up like a pair scissors causing me to put all my weight on my foot which caused me over a year of severe pain and discomfort but now thanks too the team i should be able to get around better after some resting and not putting weight on it and not trusting the Zimmer frame and using crutches instead they have put me back on the road ro recovery thanks

Thoroughly interesting evening with 'Question Time' and an excellent panel in support of Friends of GRH @gloshospitals @damejtrotter

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I'd just like to say a huge thank you to Liz who was working in radiology 2 on Thursday the 13th July. I felt at ease from the moment I walked in. She talked me through everything she was doing & why.

She explained what she found & the relief I felt was just immense after a very worrying few weeks. Thank you Liz you completely changed my day, I will never forget your kindness.

Lovely staff in children's paediatrics HDU can't thank them and the paramedics enough. Thankyou!

 

Emma Canning reviewed Gloucestershire Royal Hospital — 4 star
17 hrs ·  

We had our 2nd baby here last Tuesday (11.07.27) I went in to be induced on the Sunday evening. Staff are lovely but very sort staffed as all the hospital is. Food in the cafe is lovely and the food on the ward is. It that bad ether not much choice but serving all those people will be hard with to many options on the menu. Hospital is clean and tidy (in women's centre) 
My deliver midwife Nicky was amazing and can't thank her enough. 
All the staff are brilliant. 
Down side is the price of the parking. It's a rip off with the time we where in and out of hospital on 3 diff occasions and then for deliver we spent well over £50 in parking. Very expensive. I can only images if you had to visit every day you would need a loan to park there.

From every encounter with Gloucester Royal, from Rheumatology to Maternity, children's ward with my son to EPA and Ward 9A all the staff are wonderful and so genuinely caring. Thank you for all you do x

Jo Hicks reviewed Gloucestershire Royal Hospital — 5 star
2 mins ·  

Have been in A&E twice in a week. The care is exemplary, can not fault the staff/system. The kindness and compassion is heartwarming. The pressure the staff are under is immense but they carry out their job with calmness and always professional. 
Amanda, the Stroke Nurse Specialist was totally awesome, thank you.

Peter Bruckel reviewed Cheltenham General Hospital — 5 star
3 hrs ·  

Best possible nursing in Oncology ward. Very helpful and very thorough. Felt I was in good hands.

I would like to thank the nurses and staff and mr Clint and his operating team for the excellent service after having a operation I had after last year when it all went wrong after a Zimmer frame fell apart on me and opening up like a pair scissors causing me to put all my weight on my foot which caused me over a year of severe pain and discomfort but now thanks too the team i should be able to get around better after some resting and not putting weight on it and not trusting the Zimmer frame and using crutches instead they have put me back on the road ro recovery thanks

Chris Sterry reviewed Gloucestershire Royal Hospital — 5 star
2 hrs ·  

My second time in A&E in 2 months with heart problems. Nothing but praise for the wonderful staff who looked after me so well. Hard working, cheerful, and treated me like a person not a problem.

Andy Hemmings reviewed Gloucestershire Royal Hospital — 5 star
4 hrs ·  

Really superb levels of care in A&E I'll be back ! erm actually hopefully i won't ;-)

Andy Hemmings reviewed Gloucestershire Royal Hospital — 5 star
4 hrs ·  

Really superb levels of care in A&E I'll be back ! erm actually hopefully i won't ;-)

 

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