"The consultation was quick, and I was quickly put in plaster and sent home. The support so far from everyone has been first rate and as one constituent said on Twitter, all without any cash changing hands.
"My hope is that my experience is matched by that of everyone else who uses our NHS."
Immediately after suffering the injury, Bill returned to Westminster where he has discovered a whole host of other challenges.
Bill said: "As well as the usual day to day meetings which MPs have to attend, dealing with constituency issues and attending the various debates in the House of Commons, MPs have to rush from their offices to the Division Lobby in eight minutes to register a vote.
"With my leg in plaster, that is more difficult than you might think. So I am being provided with a temporary office closer the chamber for the period while my leg is on plaster and I am on crutches.
"But it is business as usual for me and I will continue to carry out my Parliamentary as well as my constituency duties. Although people will see a little less of me on the doorstep - if only until the plaster is removed!"