15 September 2008

Ward update

It used to be said that the USA was the melting pot for the cultures and nationalities of the world, but the staff here at Worthing Hospital are worth noting. I first saw a Pakistani doctor at the all-night Sugery on Wednesday. The paramedics looked 'Brit' enough to me. When admitted here, I had a young English nurse then it was two Filippinos, a Japanese nurse, a delightful nurse from Kenya who talked with much love about her mountains. Then more Filippinos, a Spanish pharmacist, and a male nurse called Bruno, who might be Italian. Everyone is really friendly and helpful. I just wish we could get the scan done. Had another tummy jab today - they really sting for a short while.

Posted by ShoZu

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