The following are testimonials received:
What people say about critical care
Critical Care Unit
Words cannot express the thanks to you all for the care and dedication you showed towards our “Louis” whilst in your care. You are all worth so much more for all you do. With thanks always.
Pat and Trevor
Thank you each and every one of you for the excellent care you have given my husband Darren while he was so poorly. Without your love, care and excellent nursing I don’t think he would be here with me now! God bless you all. Liz xx
To all staff on Eastbourne ITU Thank you for looking after our mum on the 2nd March 2017. Not only did you do an amazing job taking care of her but you kept us all calm and reassured throughout. Thank you for everything! Love Julie T whole family and friends.
Julie T and family
To all in the ITU, our heartfelt thanks to you all for the care, kindness & compassion you gave in looking after our beloved step-dad, Kadri. With best wishes. The family of Kadri x
For your caring, kindness and patience. Thank you. From Sam and Jan
Sam and Jon
Dear Sherry, Simon and team. My family and myself would like to thank you for the wonderful care and support that you gave to my mum Ursula (Beattie). She was a character that I hope you will never forget. We are devastated but know Hastings is where she wanted to let go. Your kindness will never be forgotten. Thank you.
Lee, Alfie and Family
To all staff, Thank you for taking care of Christine, all of the family are devastated to have lost her, but are all grateful for the treatment and care you provided her. Thank you.
To the whole ITU Team, Nurses & Doctors. Thank you for making me better. Lots of love and appreciation.
Alice and Family
To all the wonderful staff on ITU. Thank you so much for looking after William (Bill) for the two weeks he was with you. They were difficult days and nights for our family but the loving care and attention Dad received during his stay will stay with us forever. You never gave up fighting for Dad and as a result and against all odds, we have our dad still with us. Dad is being discharged tomorrow and he is determined to get himself back to his feet as soon as he can – we cannot wait to get him home.
Mr W family