"Our baby grandchild"

About: Kalgoorlie Health Campus / Emergency Department

(as a relative),

Our baby grandchild was visiting our home when she suddenly vomited, went pale and was unresponsive, despite our best efforts.  In a lifeless state and thinking the worst, we rushed her to Kalgoorlie Campus where the emergency staff immediately responded by taking her into the ECU (emergency care unit) where our baby recovered.  No permanent damage and all is well. 

Thank goodness we live in Kalgoorlie and the hospital is close by.  We dread to think what could have happened if we lived in Perth or remote from a hospital.

Our sincere thanks and appreciation to the professional team at Kalgoorlie Health Campus.

Responses

Response from Geraldine Ennis, Regional Director, WACHS - Goldfields 2 years ago
Geraldine Ennis
Regional Director,
WACHS - Goldfields
Submitted on 14/09/2018 at 13:46
Published on Care Opinion at 14:03


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Dear lynxbm36,

I can only imagine how you must have felt rushing your granddaughter into Emergency. Our emergency staff are trained for exactly those situations and your granddaughter would have been the focus of their attention until she was stable. I am so relieved to hear of the outcome. I agree, we are lucky here in Kalgoorlie to have emergency services so close at hand.

Thank you for your kind words and I am so happy to hear that your granddaughter recovered well with no permanent damage.

Kind regards

Geraldine M Ennis PSM

Regional Director

WACHS Goldfields

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