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Old Jan 20th 2013, 2:38 am
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Hi Violets and everyone else on here

We have chased up this letter that London require from Frenchay hospital this Friday and it seems that they still have not done this yet? I spoke with our GP, and he is going to try to put pressure on my OH consultant to get this letter sorted.
Ahhh....thats a little disappointing Vettemaster . They need to do it and send if for you asap really. I hope the GP will get on to it as the later it gets done, the more it drags on. Can you phone the consultants secretary/PA and explain the situation to them or does it have to go through the GP? It's so difficult knowing that it still needs to be done. Hope they get it sorted for you soon
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...they usually reply after about a week or so and strange there was no response with the previous one. I think from reading others that the decision made came about an average of 4 weeks after meds received (most of the time) .
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We have chased up this letter that London require from Frenchay hospital this Friday and it seems that they still have not done this yet? I spoke with our GP, and he is going to try to put pressure on my OH consultant to get this letter sorted.
Blimey - they received our extra meds 3 months ago! Even if we take out Christmas, it's still 10 weeks or so since they had them. And over a month since the first CSE. We have only made one other CSE in the past (when they sent a letter to the wrong address) and they responded within 3 days.

Which makes me think there is something wrong... or we're surrounded by some sort of virtual Cloaking Device...

Vettemaster - yup, see if you can get hold of the consultant's secretary and sweet talk her (or him)! The secretary has the power!
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Ahhh....thats a little disappointing Vettemaster . They need to do it and send if for you asap really. I hope the GP will get on to it as the later it gets done, the more it drags on. Can you phone the consultants secretary/PA and explain the situation to them or does it have to go through the GP? It's so difficult knowing that it still needs to be done. Hope they get it sorted for you soon
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Blimey - they received our extra meds 3 months ago! Even if we take out Christmas, it's still 10 weeks or so since they had them. And over a month since the first CSE. We have only made one other CSE in the past (when they sent a letter to the wrong address) and they responded within 3 days.

Which makes me think there is something wrong... or we're surrounded by some sort of virtual Cloaking Device...

Vettemaster - yup, see if you can get hold of the consultant's secretary and sweet talk her (or him)! The secretary has the power!
Hello everyone, We have been on to the consultants secretary again and this has all been resolved and has been forwarded to the DMP, with a hard copy in the post to us. The DMP is now stating 2 to 4 days to sort and forward to London. Hopefully London can start processing the new information soon.

I hope all is well with the rest of you guys?
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Hello everyone, We have been on to the consultants secretary again and this has all been resolved and has been forwarded to the DMP, with a hard copy in the post to us. The DMP is now stating 2 to 4 days to sort and forward to London. Hopefully London can start processing the new information soon.

I hope all is well with the rest of you guys?
Yeah!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Movement!!!!!!!!!! Hopefully it goes quickly this time
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Hello everyone, We have been on to the consultants secretary again and this has all been resolved and has been forwarded to the DMP, with a hard copy in the post to us. The DMP is now stating 2 to 4 days to sort and forward to London. Hopefully London can start processing the new information soon.

I hope all is well with the rest of you guys?
Great news - always good to know something is happening!

No news our side.
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Great news - always good to know something is happening!

No news our side.
No email response?
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Great news - always good to know something is happening!

No news our side.
We will be glad to end this pain. No matter the outcome!
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No email response?
Nope, not a word in response to either CSE, nor an email asking for PPs. Mind, they are probably suffering a UK snow day. Perhaps no-one is there.

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Hi Guys,

Hoping that your issues are resolved soon and you can put all bad experiences behind you Apparently you only remember the "good times"

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Originally Posted by Kaye5
Nope, not a word in response to either CSE, nor an email asking for PPs. Mind, they are probably suffering a UK snow day. Perhaps no-one is there.



Indeed!
I suppose the snow in the UK is after all, ( A different type of Snow)
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Hi Guys,

Hoping that your issues are resolved soon and you can put all bad experiences behind you Apparently you only remember the "good times"

Regards

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We hope so too!

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I suppose the snow in the UK is after all, ( A different type of Snow)
Ha ha! We made it through to school today (Resiliant Schools here, means school open but school bus cancelled). A bit slippy here and there, but followed the plough back home. Trouble is, the plough had ploughed the snow from the main road across the entrance to the side road..... bit of a hairy moment there.
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Hi all,

Any excuse to bring this thread to the top of the stack. Got my AOR from Sydney today Lets hope London are on the ball and there are no frustrating hold ups that other members have suffered

Good luck and speedy processing to you all.

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Hi all,

Any excuse to bring this thread to the top of the stack. Got my AOR from Sydney today Lets hope London are on the ball and there are no frustrating hold ups that other members have suffered

Good luck and speedy processing to you all.

Regards

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Congratulations Andrew, another stop closer, great news
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Congratulations Andrew, another stop closer, great news
Hi Leslie, We have suffered another slight delay! The OHs consultant forgot to give the DMP in London her prognosis . Hopefully this can be sorted soon. Mind you , we would also like to see the prognosis
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Leslie, when are you due to collect your passports?
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