People across east and west Suffolk have reported a high level of satisfaction with their local GP practice, according to the latest independent national GP Patient survey data.
The results of the IPSOS Mori/NHS England survey show that overall, GP practices in the NHS Ipswich and East Suffolk and NHS West Suffolk clinical commissioning group areas are performing better than the national average.
The Annual Members' Meeting of GP practice members of NHS Ipswich and East Suffolk Clinical Commissioning Group, to approve the CCG's annual accounts 2017/18, will take place on Thursday September 13 from 3.45 – 4.15 p.m. at:
Trinity Park, Felixstowe Road, Ipswich IP3 8UH
Disabled people are being given the opportunity to talk with organisations that are responsible for the services which affect their daily lives.
Disability Focus takes place at One, Scrivener Drive, Ipswich on Tuesday, 23rd October, from 10am to 3pm, and is being hosted by the multi-agency Disability Focus Planning Group in conjunction with the Disability Forum for Suffolk and Avenues East.
The hard work and dedication of NHS workers in east and west Suffolk was recognised earlier this week when local health care commissioners held their annual staff awards.
Employees of the NHS West Suffolk and NHS Ipswich & East Suffolk clinical commissioning groups (the CCGs) attended the awards presentation on Tuesday (July 17).
An independent examination of leadership and governance at the region’s ambulance trust has been welcomed.
Labelling the chief executive Robert Morton as “visionary and compassionate”, the independent review conducted by Deloitte looked at how senior leaders worked together and its business processes.