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RE: [IPk] Re: Transferring hospitals

Hi Barbara

I am thinking about my next move at the moment.  I am not really sure what
to do.  I really don't want to have to change hospital if I can help it.  We
have to go there pretty often with asthma clinics and coeliac issues.

I will investigate further.

> Hello Jackie
> It i
> I would add though that our hospital were not keen to take on
> Danielle on the
> pump, but our pump nurse said that it would not be a problem
> because all she
> needed was support from a diabetes specialist nurse and a
> consultant.  As she
> travels the country, she said that she could get the support from
> any of the
> next nearest hospitals to us.  In the end, our consultant said he
> wanted to
> learn about the pump because I said that they were going to be one of the
> last hospitals to catch on at this rate.
> The best thing you can do is get a pump nurse to come and visit you.  She
> will guide you as to the best way to go about it.  She rang our
> consultant
> and explained things to him and she is meeting him with us in a
> few weeks.
> Get information from the pump companies and then arrange to see a nurse.
> You've got nothing to lose.
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