The care was superb! Could not have asked for better. Lovely staff and reassuring atmosphere. Well done to all.
Helpful and cheerful staff. My outpatient appointment was late but I am sure that my consultant surgeon and the other staff would have preferred to finish on time. I was last but there was no rush to get away: I was examined and all my conerns addressed. The NHS is something we should cherish, and our Government should fund properly. The Chancellor should spend his windfall on the NHS instead of paying for the fallout from brexit.
Entered A&E yesterday not being able to breathe..( SEVERE ASTHMA ATTACK) I understand that there are waiting times etc, I was taken through to triage after approx. 20 mins of waiting in reception. To which my blood pressure and blood oxygen was taken. Also a peak flow done. The triage nurse did not think it was priority enough to be in A&E so sent me through to OOH where I was left for 2 hours waiting, unable to breathe properly. It was only when the receptionist and one of the asthma nurses kept walking by, that they realised I needed to be a priority and got me in to be seen. Once in a bay I was given a nebuliser and issued with steroids. I can't fault what eventually happened but I should have been treated in A&E (Accident and Emergency). I do believe that not being able to breathe when asthmatic is an emergency. Very disappointed in A&E!
I have been in with my wife and son today as he was having his tonsils out.
People all too often take to social media to complain, so I wanted to get in touch to do completely the opposite.
Thank you for your outstanding care and service today. Every member of staff we met made us feel welcome and genuinely cared-for, from the chap at the reception desk who took us to the ward rather than pointing to it (even taking the stairs himself instead of the lift so there was enough room for us), to the cleaner who asked me this evening how I was doing, and the nurses and consultants who listened intently while our little lad asked endless questions. Thank you everyone. We felt like customers not an inconvenience. Absolutely brilliant and ��� to you all.
I was only there for some blood tests but didn't have to wait long. Staff was very polite and very good, The NHS is still a wonderful service and the staff does an amazing job.
Don't let you know they are running late no map to get here ,and to top
It parking 1.90 per hour rubbish
Used out of hours doctors beginning of Feb at 1am - slightly frustrating that had to go to grh when I can see Cheltenham from lounge window! However they were fantastic and treated my frightened two year old amazingly.
My mother had a routine appointment at imaging 1 and all staff there were fab - in and out in under half an hour. Great job guys and big thank you
I would not be here to write this if they were not here.
Horrendous stay & wanted to discharge myself.
God I would hate to get old & be left with my own vomit on me for 40 minutes. Even with Dementia this elderly lady was banging with her cup to say she had been sick, I also used my button to try & get a Nurses attention...
They need organisation, care, compassion & give patients dignity.
They also need to give accurate diagnosis, monitor Morphine levels & actually put a name band on their patient, otherwise how do they know who they are administering the correct dosage & have the right patient..?
Such great friendly service. My daughter was seen really quickly and the staff were lovely
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Our maternity team were honoured to help support the arrival of this beautiful, very special baby boy today. Rebecca Parker went into labour and delivered her baby in our hospital car park after calling midwives from the car. It was her third child and experience told her she wouldn't have time to make it to the Women's Centre as planned. Thankfully, a team of midwives rushed to her aid and welcomed her lovely baby boy to the world at 1.28pm this afternoon. He hasn't been named yet, but we hope you'll join us in wishing Rebecca, partner Matthew and their growing family all the best for the future. Congratulations! And well done maternity! #TeamGlosHospitals
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Have a listen to Dr Alex di Mambro, gastroenterologist, and dietician Clare Oldale talking to Dr Mark Porter on BBC Radio 4's Inside Health about their excellent Refractory IBS Service. We are about seven minutes in! http://bbc.in/2mYYu4l
Dr Mark Porter presents a series that aims to demystify perplexing health issues.
Always have a great experience there. Physio this time.
a big thankyou to all the lovely nurses and doctors who looked after me before during and after my surgery you all do excellent jobs multitasking everywhere thanks �
Went in for an angeo gram. Ended up with a stent in my main artery that will now prolong my life.
Cannot thank both gloucester royal and Cheltenham general hospital enough.
Brilliant service and friendly staff.
Fantastic staff always there to help. Never found a problem. Oncology in Cheltenham are the best.
Great care especially the urology dept. Donna & the rest of the team do a great job, felt confident in my care there
I cant praise these people enough. I got the best care and also kindness. They deserve the best pay possible. The food was fine. Its mass catering so they do really well. Thank you so much
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Our Consultant Nurse Ian Ingledew was awarded Oncology Nurse of the Year at the British Journal of Nursing (BJN) awards last week.
Ian is delighted to have won this prestigious award and beat off stiff competition from wonderful nurses at other Trusts. His nomination acknowledged his role in several innovations in our Cancer Services over the last 25 years including the mobile chemotherapy units, chemotherapy helpline and sperm banking for men receiving chemotherapy treatment. He is constantly striving to further improve services for our patients and to delivering the very best care. Well done Ian!