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Help us improve the quality of our services

03/02/2020 | Press releases

East Suffolk and North Essex NHS Foundation Trust (ESNEFT) is asking patients, carers, the public and staff to help choose its key areas for improvement (which are also known as ‘quality priorities’) for 2020/21. The trust, which runs Ipswich and Colchester hospitals as well as a range of community services, has developed nine priorities and… Read more »

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Helping people live with and beyond cancer

22/01/2020 | Press releases

A free event designed to help patients and their families to look after their health and recovery as they manage the effects of cancer will take place in Colchester later this spring. “Living with and beyond cancer” has been organised by East Suffolk and North Essex NHS Foundation Trust (ESNEFT) and Macmillan Cancer Support. Taking… Read more »

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Board to meet

21/01/2020 | Press releases

Patients, carers and the public have been invited to East Suffolk and North Essex NHS Foundation Trust’s (ESNEFT) next board meeting. The meeting takes place in Colchester on Thursday 30 January, and will look at the way ESNEFT is performing against government indicators, such as referral to treatment times and the emergency department four-hour target…. Read more »

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Extra support for east Suffolk’s care homes

17/01/2020 | Press releases

Care home residents are now receiving additional support to help them stay well and out of hospital thanks to a brand new community service running across east Suffolk.   The care home initiative sees a small team of specialist nurses and therapists work with the area’s 86 care homes to provide training and education to… Read more »

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The Care Quality Commission (CQC) has released its first inspection report for East Suffolk and North Essex NHS Foundation Trust

08/01/2020 | Press releases

The CQC report has highlighted outstanding areas of care in the Trust while recognising there are still some areas which require improvement and the Trust’s overall rating is ‘requires improvement’. The report has been welcomed by Helen Taylor, Chair, and Nick Hulme, Chief Executive. Ms Taylor said: “We welcome this highly detailed report which finds… Read more »

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