May 2017 Week 4

Saturday 20th May

None

Sunday 21st May

'It's a struggle to survive': Could nurses in Gloucestershire take industrial action to improve pay? (Gloucestershire Live)

Monday 22nd May

None

Tuesday 23rd May

None

Wednesday 24th May

None

Thursday 25th May

NHS to put more GPs in Gloucestershire A&E do deal with rising demand for emergency treatment (Gloucestershire Live)

My sister was left unfed and unwashed at GRH (Stroud News and Journal)

Man says he was told "sweetheart you're not a priority" as he sufferes panic attacks in A&E (Gloucestershire Live)

Friday 26th May

Only one in seven high-risk patients sees a consultant as hospitals become 'stretched to the very limits' (Daily Mail)

New mothers in Gloucestershire are among the oldest in the country  (Gloucestershire Live)

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Huge thanks to everyone on ward 3A Gloucester @gloshospitals for their skills & patience while I recovered from a hip replacement operation

#Gloucestershire NHS Trust's £24million deficit cannot be revealed until after the General Election

Thank you to staff for my excellent care yesterday #glosnhsfoundationtrust #orthopedic #alstoneward #cheltenhamhospital 😀

 

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Just have to say my husbands dad was rushed on on Friday and ended up in resus fantastic care and service but it doesn't stop there he was then transferred to dcc/icu and what a amazing team they are in the days he was in there they have saved his life and we are greatly thankful for all there help! my husband's dad has made a great recovery so just want to write this too say a big thank you!

They team at resus and dcc/icu are amazing and thanks to them my husband's dad still has his life.

Steve Simpson reviewed Gloucestershire Royal Hospital — 5 star
8 hrs ·  

Fantastic team from paramedics a&e resus team to dcc/icu 
Just thankful for your quick diagnosis on my dad on Friday and now he is on a long road to recovery but is still with us and I can't find any fault within this team

Ward 5 a. A lack of general care. Not sensitive to patient needs. Extremely noisy. Communication is poor. As a patients daughter i know if i hadnt been here mother would not have received even basics like fluid.
Reports from patients that mum was wandering around at 3 in the morning. Sides should have been up on bed. She is fairly blind and immobile and dilusional at 90 there should be more awareness

 

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