Re: [IPk] Finding a new Pump Clinic
I'm saddened by Professor Kerr emigrating.
I met people from Reading at St Mary's, Paddington.
INPUT won't list my favourite Clinic in the universe because a patient was
unhappy there. I love Chelsea & Westminster & have received the best care ever
at that hospital. If you're driving, it's more convenient than St Mary's. If
you'd get the train in, St Mary's is easier.
> On 3 Jan 2014, at 10:24, Jane Halls <email @ redacted> wrote:
> Hi Everyone, hope you've had a lovely Christmas and are having a lovely New
> Having just had the very disappointing ( for me, obviously exciting news for
> Prof. Kerr!) news that Prof. David Kerr will be leaving Bournemouth Hospital
> March to be Director of Research and Innovation at Sansum in California, I
> consider the 140 mile round trip to my Pump Clinic appointments will be worth
> the travelling.
> What I would like to know is could anyone recommend a pro Pump Diabetic
> nearer to Reading, Berkshire than Bournemouth. Reading has never been a
> particularly good clinic and I have not been back there since they washed
> hands of me back in 2004.
> I don't mind travelling if it's worth it. I have heard that maybe High
> Hospital could have a good Pump Clinic, but that's only from nurses at my GP
> I would be very grateful for recommendations. Thank you
> Mum of 5, IDDM 30 years, pumping 9 years, using Dexcom CGM almost 3 years.
> Sent from my iPad
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