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Nicky Race, senior physiotherapist

Teenagers offered virtual Pilates sessions through pandemic

15/01/2021 | Press releases

Teenagers who have been unable to attend their face-to-face physio sessions are being offered the option of virtual online Pilates classes. The physio team were concerned sessions had to stop due to the pandemic, so they decided to launch online Pilates for existing patients. Penny Brown, specialist paediatric physiotherapist Penny Brown, specialist paediatric physiotherapist, said… Read more »

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Dedicated cancer helpline relaunches

15/01/2021 | Press releases

A dedicated helpline designed to support patients with a cancer diagnosis during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has been relaunched by East Suffolk and North Essex NHS Foundation Trust (ESNEFT). The helpline is available to anyone who has been diagnosed with cancer and has questions about their care. It was initially launched during the first phase… Read more »

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Green light for new children’s department

12/01/2021 | Press releases

Multi-million pound plans to build a welcoming new children’s department at Ipswich Hospital have been given the go-ahead. Ipswich Borough Council has granted planning permission for the scheme, which will see the existing unit completely remodelled and refurbished to create a child-friendly environment fit for the 21st century. The number of beds, isolation cubicles and… Read more »

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New Coronavirus (COVID-19) policy and guidelines for people visiting our hospitals

06/01/2021 | Press releases

Attending appointments and visiting ESNEFT hospitals Visiting policies and arrangements for attending appointments at hospitals run by East Suffolk and North Essex NHS Foundation Trust (ESNEFT) have been reviewed to keep everyone safe. Some changes are being made to protect patients and staff following an increase in the number of Coronavirus (COVID-19) cases in the… Read more »

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