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Believe it or not - we're fast approaching the hay fever season. Please do your bit for the NHS and buy your own h… https://t.co/EJ1rKSn6VQ
Mon 19 Mar 2018  16:17
With the combination of predicted improved weather later this week and it being #EnglishTourismWeek why not conside… https://t.co/u9QQF2YCJQ
Mon 19 Mar 2018  15:59
This week will you please agree to share your health record. By doing so it could save your life. Simply download t… https://t.co/8SzgZAqMvC
Mon 19 Mar 2018  15:44
RT @IHT_REACT: Another weekend with challenging weather in the community but all our teams have been out and about as normal, keeping patie…
Mon 19 Mar 2018  14:25
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Mon 19 Mar 2018  12:11
RT @Wellbeing_Suff: Read Susanna's story about how Cognitive Behaviour Therapy helped her to overcome PTSD after a complication before surg…
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Sun 18 Mar 2018  17:05
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Sun 18 Mar 2018  16:05
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Sun 18 Mar 2018  10:45
RT @HeadwaySuffolk: We are excited to launch a free and unique three-week course for family carers who have looked after a loved one with a…
Sun 18 Mar 2018  10:42
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Community Engagement Partnership - next meeting

Come along to the next meeting of the NHS Ipswich and East Suffolk CCG Community Engagement Partnership.

You are invited to attend and have your say. There is time at the end of the meeting when the committee welcomes questions from the public on any item on the agenda.

Patients invited to learn more about changes to appointment system

A GP practice is to change the way its patients make appointments to help reduce waiting times and ensure a more responsive ‘same day’ service.

Leiston Surgery has also trained receptionist staff as ‘Care Navigators’ so that they can direct patients to the most appropriate healthcare professional to meet their needs.

Saying ‘Yes’ could save your life

A hard-hitting campaign has been launched in Suffolk today (February 26) to encourage people to give consent for their patient records to be made accessible to health and care professionals in the event of an emergency.

The campaign will see adverts bearing the words ‘Your NHS needs you to share your health record – it could save your life’ – appear on digital bus shelter, petrol forecourt and supermarket displays across the county.

Specialist mental health service for new mums officially launches
Norfolk and Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust (NSFT) has today (23 February) officially launched a new specialist service which offers targeted help to new mums with severe post-natal depression and other complex mental health issues.

The Suffolk Perinatal Mental Health Service provides specialist care to women from east and west Suffolk with conditions such as serious post and ante-natal depression and psychosis. It is available to women during pregnancy, at the time of birth and up to a year following the birth of their baby.  more>
More than £5000 raised for East Anglian Air Ambulance

A move to shared office space with public sector colleagues has resulted in £5,335 being raised for the East Anglian Air Ambulance (EAAA).

The relocation of 150 employees of NHS Ipswich and East Suffolk and NHS West Suffolk clinical commissioning groups from Rushbrook House in Bramford to Endeavour House and 55 employees to Landmark House in Ipswich, resulted in a surplus of office furniture.


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Catch it. Bin it. Kill it.

Catch it. Bin it. Kill it.

To reduce the risk of spreading flu, use tissues to trap germs when you cough or sneeze,  more>
Saying ‘Yes’ could save your life

Saying ‘Yes’ could save your life

A hard-hitting campaign has been launched in Suffolk today (February 26) to encourage people to give consent for their patient records more>
Get involved with your local NHS

Get involved with your local NHS

We hope you'll join us at the next meeting of the Community Engagement Partnership (CEP) in April  more>
Take Asthma Seriously

Take Asthma Seriously

Around 1 in 11 children in the UK are affected by asthma but not all children have their disease well managed.  more>
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