Hos­pi­tal staff a credit to the NHS

Harefield Gazette - - OPINION - MICK Read­ing COLEEN Ade­laide DAVID

MY son said most com­ments about [Hilling­don] hos­pi­tal are not favourable. I wanted to put our story out there.

My fa­ther was ad­mit­ted to Hilling­don Hos­pi­tal last Tues­day and sadly passed away the fol­low­ing Thurs­day.

On be­half of our fam­ily, I would per­son­ally like to thank every­body – the two am­bu­lance crew who at­tended the house, the doc­tors and nurses in the A &E depart­ment and all the staff in the Flem­ing Ward who helped my fa­ther and who looked after our large fam­ily who were at his bed­side.

They sup­plied tea, cof­fee, juice and bis­cuits all day and all night. They were all a credit to the NHS. We can’t thank them all enough.

PETERS Chittering Close

Lower Ear­ley sons all at­tended Rabb­s­farm and we only have high praise for how great the school is!

The nurs­ery teacher back then, Mrs Bai­ley, ac­tu­ally taught my sis­ter (now 36 years old) and my sons (now 19, 17, and 15) so as you can imag­ine it holds an enor­mous amount of cher­ished mem­o­ries and good times.

So I just wanted to say thanks for my feel­ing of great joy and hap­pi­ness while read­ing your ar­ti­cle on my lunch hour at work.

PHILPOTT Spy­glass Hill Cir­cuit

South Aus­tralia Ed­i­tor’s note: Join the tens of thou­sands who also read us on­line, at www.getwest­lon­don.co.uk etc. I get the dis­tinct im­pres­sion that a road main­te­nance pro­gramme is set at the be­gin­ning of their year and they stick to it, re­gard­less of what­ever prob­lems might de­velop else­where dur­ing the year.

They seem to have no ca­pa­bil­ity to pri­ori­tise.

SEA­MAN Royal Cres­cent

South Ruis­lip

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