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Boost for breast cancer patients in Suffolk

24/10/2018 | Press releases

Kay Phoenix, littlelifts operations and events executive, Louise Smith, Macmillan information specialist and centre manager at Ipswich Hospital, littlelifts founder Oa Hackett and Macmillan oncology breast nurse specialist at Ipswich Hospital Rachel Clifton. Women will be given a much-needed boost as they go through breast cancer treatment after a charity teamed up with the East… Read more »

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Addison’s support group set to meet

22/10/2018 | Press releases

People with Addison’s disease are being invited to find out more about expert help which will help them manage their illness by attending the next meeting of the North East Essex Support Group. The group will meet in the outpatients department on the first floor of Clacton Hospital on Wednesday 14 November from 6pm until… Read more »

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Colchester School Room

22/10/2018 | Press releases

Being that friendly face, a listening ear and reassuring voice of calm while providing education in hospital is what the team at Colchester Hospital’s school room are all about. The teaching staff, which includes Special Educational Needs Coordinator (SENCO) Sally Miller and teaching assistants Diane Bhaker and Nicki Whitelaw, help to continue a child’s education… Read more »

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Diabetes services win big at ‘Quality in Care’ awards

22/10/2018 | Press releases

Diabetes services across Suffolk and North East Essex have been recognised for delivering high quality patient care, promoting best practice and improving education. Together, services across the region were applauded for clinical excellence and a determination to raise standards for those living with diabetes. The North East Essex Diabetes Service (NEEDS), managed by Suffolk GP… Read more »

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Essex County Hospital update

08/10/2018 | Press releases

A date has been set for services to move out of Colchester’s Essex County Hospital (ECH). The doors will close and the final patient will be seen at the hospital, which is nearly 200-years-old, on Friday, 30 November. As part of plans to improve services and facilities for patients, all of the remaining clinical services… Read more »

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