Stop trying to find fault

I CANNOT help but reply to the indignant letter by C Mascia in the Derbyshire Times (‘Clean the corridors’, Times Talk, February 24).

If she was taken into hospital for an emergency life-saving operation, she wouldn’t refuse them because a little bit of fluff was on the floor.

I would also like to say I have relatives and friends who work very hard at the hospital to keep everywhere clean.

Chesterfield Royal Hospital saved my life after an emergency operation, and I don’t like it to be treated like this, especially from someone who just likes to visit and find fault.

I do repay the hospital by doing voluntary work for them.