It was a testing time but great people helped
I was feeling low, there was no choice, I had to go, I’d been there once before, so ‘yes’ I knew the score. A short trip to where it was, I was so glad I went because, the door was opened wide, OMG what a welcome there inside.
‘Now lie down on that bed,’ the kindly doctor said.
‘We’ll do some tests, then we’ll know what’s best, to fix your chest.’
Tests, he said?
There were x-rays, blood tests, heart tests, lung tests, throat tests, nasal tests, eye tests, ear tests, ‘wee’ tests – man I’ve been everywhere!
These tests resulted in me spending three weeks there – what a place.
Every single person, from every department, was wonderful.
Their kindness and care reduced me to tears – I am so grateful.
Thank you Natalie and your crew for all your help and visits. And thank you everyone for everything which made my stay such a pleasant one. I was both glad and sad to leave.
Mossman people you are so lucky. Appreciate this fantastic asset. nominate their black spots soon.
If you have a specific location that needs mobile phone coverage, you have until early January to make a submission. You can do that by emailing me at firstname.lastname@example.org and providing as much detail as possible about the exact geographic location of the black spot and the reasons why it is a high priority..
Once submissions have closed in January, a competitive selection process for Round 2 funding will take place, and then funding will be made available over two years from July 1, 2016.
Warren Entsch, MP for Leichhardt
Mossman Hospital: a special place