In June I changed hospitals, as I had lost trust and confidence in my previous hospital. I was very impressed with my new neurologist and the amount of time and care he took, finding out my history with Parkinson's. That was in June. Well today, I met my new PD nurse, who was a charming middle aged man, who actually listened and took an interest in what I was telling him, without once referring to his computer! (Unlike my previous PD nurse). He obviously jotted down relevant notes on a piece of paper, but what a joy it was, to talk to someone face to face, without them tapping away on a keyboard and not even looking at me! I know computers have their place and we couldn't manage without them in this day and age, but there are certain times when just having eye contact with someone can make all the difference. A caring attitude means so much, when you have an illness. I'm so pleased I took the decision to change hospitals. (And very happy that my GP was willing to back me up and refer me).
If anyone else is dissatisfied with their treatment, I urge you to do the same. We deserve the best care we can get.