Portsmouth Hospitals NHS Trust, is it any good?
Welcome to a critique of Portsmouth Hospital NHS trust. If you have come to this website and are looking for the main hospital site please navigate now to Portsmouth Hospitals NHS Trust.
"have you had a good or a bad experience in either queen alexandra or st mary's, we would love to hear from you..."
Current Hospital Departments including Obstetrics & Gynecology, Breast Screening, Maternity, Urology, Child Health, Genito-urinary Medicine, ENT, Maxillofacial, Ophthalmology, General Surgery, Oncology, Orthopaedics, Rheumatology, Intensive Care, Audiology, Cardiology, Haematology, Diabetes & Endocrinology, Dermatology, Respiratory Medicine, Neurology, General Medicine. Clinical support services include Pathology, Imaging, Pain Clinic, Dietetics, Infection Control and Neurophysiology.
The Accident and Emergency department, at Queen Alexandra Hospital is the busiest on the south coast of England and handles approximately 190,000 people each year. The 58 bed Medical Assessment Unit (MAU) provides rapid diagnostics for patients admitted as emergencies.
Have a look at the hospitals last quality report for 2009/2010 and see if you agree with the level of service that the hospital is offering or to see a text verion click here. Please not copywrite belongs to the hospital
Please note that this website is in no way associated with Portsmouth Hospitals NHS Trust, nor do any of the views expressed within this site necessarily fall in line with current NHS doctrine.
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