Been feeling low the past days, usual bumps and lumps, but more importantly a sharp pain in chest, en I took a deep breath, so arranged a check-up at Churchill. 51 more words
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We were called within 15 minutes of waiting, weighed and taken to a doctor consultancy room.
We saw Professor Middleton rushing around and Dr Coupe in a doctors room reading a patients report, Dr Coupe saw Sharon, put down his patient report and came straight in to greet us (was so good to see him). 99 more words
We arrived at Churchill’s Early Phase Clinical Trials unit at 1pm, directed to a bed and waited to be seen, after 20 minutes of waiting we were advised the doctor was in a meeting and would not be around until 2pm, unusual for Churchill, but another opportunity to visit the volunteer’s cafe. 182 more words
My lovely daughter wanted to come again and offered to drive (my wife is a good driver, but Becky is better), as previously in the morning a nurse phoned me to confirm all is OK Churchill end (Bloods and Doctors review) and just to confirm my expected time of arrival. 70 more words
My apprehensions about being treated by another department were not founded, we (myself, Sharon and my daughter Becky, we agreed to give my mum a rest from travelling with us) reported to Prof Middleton’s Melanoma Clinic. 163 more words