Man is ‘extremely grateful’ for NHS support after ‘terrible ordeal’

A man has become a hero after he returned to hospital after spending three weeks in intensive care after suffering a “terrible” ordeal in a nursing home.

The man was transferred from intensive care to a specialist unit in hospital on Friday, after a two-week stay at the National Trust’s (NTS) South West unit.

The patient was “extremely grateful” for the NHS support he received, the trust said in a statement.

The incident happened on March 12 when the man went into cardiac arrest after suffering “catastrophic” cardiac arrest in the intensive care unit.

He was transferred to the intensive-care unit at the NTS South West hospital on Thursday after the patient had suffered “cataclysmic cardiac arrest” on March 11.

“The NHS has been extraordinary in their assistance in our recovery,” the trust’s chief executive officer, Fiona Hall, said.

“We are incredibly grateful to the trust and their staff for the incredible care they have provided to our patient.”

The man’s condition has since improved, but his condition has not improved, according to the NHS.

The trust said the patient was a member of the Nursing and Midwifery Union (NMU) and had been in hospital for the past five years. “

His condition is stable and he is being monitored for any further deterioration.”

The trust said the patient was a member of the Nursing and Midwifery Union (NMU) and had been in hospital for the past five years.

The trust is very grateful to NHS England for their ongoing support and guidance throughout this very difficult time.””

This has allowed the carers to provide a greater level of care to his family, including a weekly check-up to ensure that he is well.”

The trust is very grateful to NHS England for their ongoing support and guidance throughout this very difficult time.