THIS is just a short letter in regards to the three best public hospitals that, unfortunately, I have had to visit in the past two weeks for a health problem.
Suffering a heart attack, I was rushed to Bathurst Health Service and to the emergency ward, where professional attention was given to me.
It was in no time that the report came back to confirm I had suffered a heart attack and I would be transported to Orange Health Service for some stent treatment.
After a quick test there, it was apparent that this would not be advisable for me, as I would have to be flown to RPA for a double bypass.
Again, the professional service given to me by paramedics was beyond all expectations.
IN OTHER NEWS:
I landed at Bankstown Airport and was then taken by road ambulance to RPA, were I stayed until I had an operation on Friday, July 17.
This operation was very successful and I am now home recovering.
Just a big thank you to NSW Health and paramedics.
Keep up the great work; very professional.