Fighting to save our A&E
Lister hospital is so accessible to major roads, railways, etc. and with the growing housing in the area it is so important to upgrade it and keep it open for all concerned, patients, doctors, nurses and visitors alike. Please keep Lister hospital open. M
Lister hospital is so accessible to major roads, railways, etc. and with the growing housing in the area it is so important to upgrade it and keep it open for all concerned, patients, doctors, nurses and visitors alike.
Please keep Lister hospital open.
Mrs S JENNINGS, Western Close, Letchworth Garden City
* Thank you for backing the campaign regarding the closure of A&E at the Lister hospital. We need this area of the Lister hospital, it must not be allowed to go, never.
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We as a family have much to be grateful to the Lister and staff for a big thank you to all of you.
Mrs SMITH, Hyde Avenue, Stotfold
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* When I was 64 I had a prostate operation at the Lister hospital. I went in very nervously as I had not had an operation before.
I need not have worried, because I was immediately put at ease with the brilliant nurses and staff.
I was in hospital for eight days after which I had a much better quality of life owing to the success of my operation which to this day six years later, I am still very grateful to the brilliantly run Lister hospital.
I have also had many friends and family members who have been treated at the Lister. God save the Lister.
DAVID TOW, St Peters Avenue, Arlesey