Heart attack aid

I WOULD just like to report what a great service I had with the NHS. On February 17 I had a heart attack at home. We phoned 999 and it only took two hours for the ambulance to arrive and take me to the Heath Hospital, have a stent put in and be on the ward. In this time of knocking the NHS I would like to say thank you to all the staff for their great service. (Ambulance, doctors, nurses, etc.) They deserve our thanks for what they do under difficult conditions. Thank you all, God Bless.

Shane Godfrey Coed Eva Cwmbran

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5:44pm Mon 10 Mar 14

taffymark says...

2 hours for an ambulance? I wouldn't call that great service! But I can say I'm glad your ok now, good luck.
2 hours for an ambulance? I wouldn't call that great service! But I can say I'm glad your ok now, good luck. taffymark
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9:13pm Mon 10 Mar 14

bladerunner says...

Thought same 2 hours?
Thought same 2 hours? bladerunner
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9:25pm Mon 10 Mar 14

endthelies says...

I think he meant that it only took two hours from him having the heart attack for him to have been picked up by the ambulance, stabilised, operated on and being placed on a ward. Not bad at all. Get well soon Shane.xx
I think he meant that it only took two hours from him having the heart attack for him to have been picked up by the ambulance, stabilised, operated on and being placed on a ward. Not bad at all. Get well soon Shane.xx endthelies
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9:26pm Mon 10 Mar 14

CwmbranMark says...

If you read carefully, the 2 Hours was from dialling 999 to recovering on the ward in the Heath, after having a stent operation performed.

Pretty impressive stuff and well done the NHS.
If you read carefully, the 2 Hours was from dialling 999 to recovering on the ward in the Heath, after having a stent operation performed. Pretty impressive stuff and well done the NHS. CwmbranMark
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2:01pm Tue 18 Mar 14

taffymark says...

endthelies wrote:
I think he meant that it only took two hours from him having the heart attack for him to have been picked up by the ambulance, stabilised, operated on and being placed on a ward. Not bad at all. Get well soon Shane.xx
Must read better! I do hope Shane well, and it shows when it is done right the NHS can work together....
[quote][p][bold]endthelies[/bold] wrote: I think he meant that it only took two hours from him having the heart attack for him to have been picked up by the ambulance, stabilised, operated on and being placed on a ward. Not bad at all. Get well soon Shane.xx[/p][/quote]Must read better! I do hope Shane well, and it shows when it is done right the NHS can work together.... taffymark
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