leg. I am on the verge of becoming homeless after the operation.
No one is willing to assist me with accommodation. I currently live with my friend and cannot afford the rent. Hospital informed that as soon as I found accommodation and where to live after the operation they will be able to proceed with the operation.
after effects but was told it is common risks, which I had not been made aware of. At a follow up appointment to investigate, they did not know why I had been booked in and did not assess her. They wrote in the notes I was happy with everything. When I expressed how unhappy I was. The complaint was dealt with by an apology letter but I do not feel this rectifies the problem. I have also been waiting over a year for her dyspraxia referral which they wrote to an old address, even though my address was updated on system. They looked at the old notes and now I am on a waiting list again.
the opthamological department at Solihull hospital. The consultant was superb. The waiting room was clean and bright. Not quite enough chairs for patients to sit on. The appointment was timely and the consultant was excellent. A super service from beginning to end.