Eastender’s Star Expresses Gratitude To Nhs Staff After Hospitalization

Eastender’s Star Expresses Gratitude To Nhs Staff After Hospitalization

By Charlotte Webster-

Cheryl Fergison,(pictured) known for her role in the popular soap opera EastEnders, has revealed that she recently spent 24 hours in the Accident and Emergency (A&E) department, describing the experience as “agony.”

The 58-year-old actress took to Instagram to share details of her hospitalization and express gratitude towards the National Health Service (NHS) staff who cared for her during the ordeal.

In a video posted on Instagram, Fergison opened up about her challenging experience, stating: “Hi everyone, I’ve just spent the last 24 hours in A&E at Blackpool Victoria Hospital. I’ve seen things in the last 24 hours [that] I can’t unsee. I’ve been in complete agony.” She went on to express appreciation for the NHS staff, referring to them as “angels” and emphasizing the invaluable role they play in providing healthcare despite the challenges they face.

Fergison’s post shed light on the strains faced by NHS workers and the pressures on the healthcare system. She remarked on the dedication of NHS staff, stating, “When people say they don’t get paid enough – they really don’t get paid enough. We’ve got a broken system. It’s gone to pot. It’s shot.”

Despite acknowledging the system’s flaws, Fergison also expressed gratitude for the healthcare services available, albeit by a thread, emphasizing the importance of recognizing and supporting NHS workers.

While Fergison did not disclose the specific reason for her hospitalization, her post garnered an outpouring of support from fans and followers.

Many  fans expressed well wishes for her recovery and shared their own experiences and concerns about the state of the NHS. One follower, identified as an NHS nurse of over 30 years, lamented the changes within the healthcare system but affirmed their commitment to providing the best care for patients.

Fergison’s revelation exemplifies the challenges faced by both patients and healthcare professionals within the NHS, highlighting the need for continued support and investment in the healthcare system.





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