Queensland Chef gets Discharged from Hospital

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Queensland Chef gets Discharged from Hospital

As per reports, it has been revealed that Queensland celebrity chef Matt Golinski has been given discharge from the Royal Brisbane and Women's Hospital on Friday. He received third degree burns as his house at Sunshine coast caught fire.

In the incident, he lost his wife Rachel and three daughters, Starlia, 10, and two twin daughters Sage and Willow, both were 12 years old. Matt has been discharged from the hospital after four months of the incident, but doctors are of the view that he will need to take the treatment for next five to six years.

He had to undergo a lot many surgeries and face reconstruction. But now, it seems that he will be able to make his life back normal. Matt’s father Keith was of the view that it will take some time to recover him and forget that lifelong loss.

Keith said that it will take some time for Matt to reenter his commercial kitchen. He further affirmed that Matt is looking forward to do simple tasks, which makes him happy, like getting vegetables from his kitchen garden and preparing his own meals and watching rain from the window.

“After four harrowing months we are obviously delighted Matt has left hospital, although of course it is also incredibly sad as we remember that Rachael and the girls are no longer with him. It's been a roller-coaster of emotions”, said Keith.

It has been found that Keith requested the doctors’ team for the discharge, as he wanted his son to recover from emotional and physical loss. The RBWH burns unit acting head, Michael Muller, said that they have discharged Matt, but it will take Matt another five to six years to recover completely.


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