NHS brought my wife back
A LOT of people in Wales rubbish the NHS. In July my wife fell down the length of our stairs into my stairlift.
I phoned 999 and within 10 minutes the ambulance arrived to treat my wife and then a paramedic took over. They worked on my wife for over two hours and then took her to Morriston Hospital.
By the time my step-daughter, neighbour and daughter-in-law got to the hospital my wife was in intensive care being treated for two skull fractures, a bleed on the bone, two cheek fractures, a fracture in the second bone in her neck and massive bruising and was very near death.
Thanks to the wonderful treatment and care by all the staff at the hospital, six weeks later she is sitting up in a chair at home wearing only a neck brace and on the road to a full recovery.
So to all those people who rubbish the NHS, please think again. We think they are wonderful workers. God bless them all - doctors, nurses, ambulance staff and all the backroom staff - they brought my wife, Mary, back to our family.