THANK YOU WARD 112 AND WARD 102

BACK IN THE RIE

On Monday 1st March 21, I was admitted to Ward 102, the Cardio/thoracic ward at the Royal Infirmary Edinburgh (RIE).

I was in the RIE on this day for the pre-op work that I was needing for the surgery I was having the following day. The surgery that I had on Tuesday 2nd March was to remove the chest plate on the right hand side of my body. This chest plate was part of the chest rebuild I had after my right hand side of my rib cage was removed along with a massive tumour during life-threatening/life-saving surgery in October 2015.

“IT SOUNDS LIKE SOMETHING FROM A HARRY POTTER MOVIE!”

“I’M SO SORRY, WHAT DID YOU SAY IT WAS CALLED AGAIN During the time I was recently in the Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh (RIE), I had built up a good relationship with all the staff on Ward 102. There was some staff that I got on a lot better with than others, but these thingsContinue reading ““IT SOUNDS LIKE SOMETHING FROM A HARRY POTTER MOVIE!””

ONE HUNDRED AND TWO

A DAUNDER AROUND THE WARD The other day while exercising by walking up and down the ward with my mask on, I was having a read of the staff and public notice boards. There is some really interesting information for NHS Lothian staff and patients alike. The Ward that I am on, Ward 102 atContinue reading “ONE HUNDRED AND TWO”