Which of these is correct?
- I went to cardiac ward in my first clinical placement.
- I went to cardiac ward for my first clinical placement.
- I went to cardiac ward on my first clinical placement.
Also, is it better to say I went in or I went to?
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If this was just describing a past event to a friend, for example, the second would be a good choice:
It still needs so work, as 'ward' is a count noun and if left without an article or anything will default to the uncount noun:
Finally, 'went' is rather a single-use verb, it lacks the feeling of a repeated action. So we could use a different ploy:
I was on the cardiac ward for my....