With so much bad publicity surrounding the NHS, this letter aims to redress the balance.
Last week, I was admitted to Worthing Hospital after suffering a heart attack – dispatched there without hesitation by my alert GP.
My treatment was exemplary in all respects.
From cleaners to consultants, every member of staff was professional, caring and kind.
Both wards I occupied were cleaned daily to the highest standard.
As a 1960 Guy’s-trained SRN, this was the first time since then I that have seen such excellence.
Local residents should count themselves lucky to have such a facility.