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Thank you to our medics

Editor’s note: The following letter which came to us in December went missing in the cyberworld. We are pleased to present it as in every other case, with our apologies to the writer who preferred to withhold their name.

On the 8th December, 2012, I became an accident victim through my own fault and needed medical attention.

We are very quick to report failure, BUT in this case, I have nothing but PRAISE for the staff on duty at the Glendon Hospital.

The ambulance men, who arrived very quickly and transported me slowly to the hospital.

The A & E staff on duty, who dealt with “stitching” me up and I didn’t feel a thing!

Radiology who took a range of x-rays.

Finally, but certainly not last, the nursing staff on duty on the ward.

I was treated with great care and respect, all my needs were dealt with and I can say

that I could not have received better attention anywhere , in the world.

Although the hospital and its equipment are not modern, however, thanks to the government, the island can look forward to better things in the future.

The staff can hold their heads high for doing so well under very difficult conditions.

A MERRY CHRISTMAS AND A HAPPY & HEALTHY NEW YEAR.

From a grateful patient.

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Editor’s note: The following letter which came to us in December went missing in the cyberworld. We are pleased to present it as in every other case, with our apologies to the writer who preferred to withhold their name.

On the 8th December, 2012, I became an accident victim through my own fault and needed medical attention.

We are very quick to report failure, BUT in this case, I have nothing but PRAISE for the staff on duty at the Glendon Hospital.

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The ambulance men, who arrived very quickly and transported me slowly to the hospital.

The A & E staff on duty, who dealt with “stitching” me up and I didn’t feel a thing!

Radiology who took a range of x-rays.

Finally, but certainly not last, the nursing staff on duty on the ward.

I was treated with great care and respect, all my needs were dealt with and I can say

that I could not have received better attention anywhere , in the world.

Although the hospital and its equipment are not modern, however, thanks to the government, the island can look forward to better things in the future.

The staff can hold their heads high for doing so well under very difficult conditions.

A MERRY CHRISTMAS AND A HAPPY & HEALTHY NEW YEAR.

From a grateful patient.