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I went to Fiona Stanley Hospital by ambulance due to me collapsing and having non-epileptic attacks. The ambulance took me to Triage and I waited and the nurse asked me if it was epileptic. I said no and they sent me through to the waiting room as beds were full.

So we waited 3 hours to be seen and when they did, they did my IV drip, blood test, and urine test. They all came back positive. Then we waited for the doctor and they did all their physical tests.

Then the doctor rang the Neurologist and then came back and told me there was nothing they can do and they sent me home without referrals to a Neurologist or any forms.

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Response from Neil Doverty, Executive Director, Fiona Stanley Fremantle Hospitals Group, South Metropolitan Health Service

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Dear scorpiusmd55,

Thank you for taking the time to send us your story regarding your experience at Fiona Stanley Hospital.

I was disappointed to read about your experience, particularly the fact that you were left with questions about your future treatment plan.

Unfortunately, without your specific details, I am unable to follow up to see what occurred. I encourage you to contact us on 6152 4013 or email FSHFeedback@health.wa.gov.au providing your details so we can investigate the issues and respond.

I look forward to hearing from you and thank you again for raising your concerns.

Kind regards,

Neil Doverty

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