Serving Colchester, Ipswich and the local area
If you have had sickness and/or diarrhoea please do not visit until you have been clear of the symptoms for 48 hours.
Babies in east Suffolk can now get treatment for tongue-tie closer to home . .
Children living with chronic pain and mobility issues are getting back into exercise thanks to specially-tailored Pilates sessions at Ipswich Hospital.
New data shows that stroke patients at Ipswich and Colchester hospitals are getting timely access to specialist treatment and assessment, in turn giving them a better chance of making a good recovery.
We are preparing to treat patients for the first time at Colchester Hospital’s new cancer centre.
Whether you’re giving birth at Clacton’s Coastal Birthing Unit, or at home, its team of midwives are on hand to support and care for low risk women and their babies.
Planning to visit someone in hospital? Please help us to keep our patients safe this winter by staying away if you are unwell.
Your care is our top priority. If you've had a great experience, you can let us know by nominating our teams for a commendation.
If you want to give us a compliment, need help or need to complain our patient advice service is here to help. Complaints can also be directed to our Chief Executive directly on email@example.com