Are you paid for all these reviews you post or do you just have nothing better to do with your life..? your grandad had cancer there…how nice – let us know how it went…give us a review on that! is there anything you two DON’T review???
7 reviews of Ulster Hospital in English
Maternity....useless. I felt so unhappy and midwives were mean and did not help me out at all. I was a young mum and felt that they just wanted me out of the bed as soon as possible for some1 else. NEVER GOING TO HAVE A BABY THERE AGAIN!!!! USELESS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! 1 star is even 2 much
I was born here, have visited many family here and my grandad who had cancer died here and was treated wonderfully and died with the dignaty and respect he deserved!! The nursing staff are fab and deserve medals. Ive been in a and e numerous times and have been treated great every time. i had ny first 2 scans here when i was pregnant before moving house and the staff where wonderful! lovely new maternity unit.
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MizzRizz, 17 April 2012:
I was born here and had a great experience.
38 years later, I am still alive and all of my body parts mostly function correctly.
I also had my tonsils removed in the mid 70s and, to date, they have not grown back - that is what I call a professional job.
Major advancement since then is a McD’s opposite.
ive only been here once and that was to see mr swain about my arm it was an evening apt not only was this place place quite hard to find i ended up at stormont and had to ask for directions to newtonards road sev times. i had to leave my hubby to park the car and run into my apointment guy on reception desk was very unhelpful it was a cleaner who pointed out directions and i made ay apt with minutes to spare.hope im not refererred bck here as ive to see my xconsultant every 6 mths about my arm till whatever time he decides to do surgery on it
My Dad was taken there recently with a suspected heart attack. The staff were great, but under a lot of pressure, but he had to wait until 5:00am for a bed - he had been there from mid afternoon. Great people, but possibly under resourced
great service, went in today to get nebulised, and it was better in like 5 mins, make sure to get in touch with a doctor first, as if you can get them to refer you, then you don’t have to wait in the waiting room for like hours, also be forewarned, in A+E they do blood tests if you go in, to make sure you don’t have any kind of infection (in case they get zombies, being a hospital :) )
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