Burnham mum discharges son from Broomfield Hospital over safety concerns

Maldon and Burnham Standard: Broomfield Hospital was too unsafe for Harrison Ward to stay Broomfield Hospital was too unsafe for Harrison Ward to stay

A mum discharged her toddler from hospital because she feared the room was not secure enough.

Tania Ward’s son Harrison, aged two, who has special needs, suffered a seizure and hit his head on the floor at home in Leslie Park, Burnham, on February 21.

His mother took him to Broomfield Hospital but after a long wait and becoming concerned about Harrison's safety she discharged her son.

A hospital spokesman said: "We have not received a complaint from Ms Ward or the family, but we would be happy if they wish to meet with them and discuss any concerns which they may have.”

Full story in this week's Standard.
 

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9:03pm Wed 26 Feb 14

Jack222 says...

So, she knows more than the hospital. What is her degree?
So, she knows more than the hospital. What is her degree? Jack222

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