Posted by: medicblog999 | February 2, 2009

Being on the other side!

I’m sitting here in one of our local A&E deprtments watching my wife go through the system. It looks like she may be heading for surgery in a couple of hours for a ruptured appendix.

Fortunately, the one perk that ambulance staff have is that we know our A&E staff well, and they know us. This gives us the ability to talk and discuss things as equals and we tend to be able to speak freely and they tend to be very open and honest with us.
I can honestly say that the care we have had here has been fantastic and I am very appreciative of that.

I’m going to take a couple of days to concentrate on my family so I will post again later this week.

Speak to you all soon!

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Responses

  1. Hope your missus is OK.

  2. Hang in there 999, we’re all thinking of you and the wife.


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