2:05pm Monday 11th March 2013 in Letters
I HAVE been an in-patient and an out-patient at Withybush Hospital several times in the last 12 months.
I should like to say a very big thank you to the paramedics, and the nursing staff both in A&E and on ward three.
Also to staff in rheumatology, OT and physiotherapy.
The care I have been receiving has been second to none.
One thing I would say is that a neurologist is needed to treat people with epilepsy.
If there are problems with the NHS I think the responsibility lies ‘higher up’.
Whether it is the government, lack of finance, or poor management, I leave to others to decide.
But I just wanted to thank those who have been caring for me.
PAUL DAVIES (REV) Bethlehem