Mental Health in Accident & Emergency (Well done NHS)

Good to hear 🙂


I’ve just got back from the local hospital (Nevill Hall in Abergavenny). Due to increased security the only entrance open in the late evening is Accident & Emergency. We had to go through the A&E entrance in order to replace the old posters.

Reception let us through no problem, and we replaced the posters we had access to. On the way back I remembered that I’d seen a C.A.L.L. Wales poster up in the main A&E waiting room. The other posters were kept up with pins on noticeboards, so we needed to find blue-tac to put up a poster in A&E. We had no blue-tac with us so we had to collect some across the hospital (little bits left on walls here and there… next time we need to remember blue-tac!).

As we collected the last bit of stray blue-tac while walking through the corridor back to A&E, a nurse…

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