Agree with Honey Badger. Never mind a written apology - I see a wrongful death lawsuit on the horizon.......

My mother's local pharmacy messed up and fortunately an attentive carer caught it. Can never be too careful.
Good that you could take a nap.
Please make sure they (OT) deliver the correct mattress for the hospital bed. They may assess your dad as being prone to develop bed sores. If so they ought to deliver an air mattress. Also, ask (OT or district nurse) for an electric sit to stand recliner with pressure relieving cushions. My mother ...
Regarding weeping skin, I 've seen several patients in hospital with weeping skin, and I suspect other conditions. I would think that this sort of condition is one that a district nurse, as directed by the gp, ought to monitor - my own view, not trained in medicine/nursing.
All the best for your appointment today. I found that when my mother needed urgent medical attention and we went to a&e by ambluance, that the elder care specialist nurse always made sure mum ( 95) had appropriate social services carers coming in before she left the hospital....... She liased direct...
Yes bb. As a Ph.D. analytical chemist and having worked in quality assurance for pharmaceutical companies in America, it's unacceptable. Analytical results need to be reported with associated units. As a patient in America, results are reported with units and with the generally accepted normal range...
My 'favourite' gp wrote to say that the consultant said I had normal B12 levels. I thank both of them for their responses. I'm still baffled as to why the London hospital reports results to the local gp (and patient) with no units of measure AND no associated normal range either!
Thank you, Michael! By the way, I am sincere in my offer.to distribute Carers UK info/posters in my area if you'd like.