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Every day, our biochemistry colleagues analyse a staggering 7,500 samples

02/09/2019 | Press releases, Uncategorised

They look at blood, urine, faeces and other bodily fluids to diagnose illnesses, monitor treatment and help patients manage long-term conditions such as diabetes and chronic kidney disease. Almost all inpatients, half of emergency department (ED) patients, and one-third of outpatients will have biochemistry tests during their healthcare encounter. It is estimated that 60 –… Read more »

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Wellbeing Centre outside artist impression

Cancer wellbeing centre plans submitted

29/03/2019 | Uncategorised

Patients and their loved ones will be able to benefit from additional support and care throughout their cancer journey if plans for a new wellbeing centre are approved.          Artist impressions of the new Cancer Wellbeing Centre A planning application has been submitted Colchester Borough Council to build the Cancer Wellbeing Centre… Read more »

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ESNEFT non executive directors

Meet ESNEFT’s new non-executive directors

24/01/2019 | Uncategorised

Eddie Bloomfield, Julie Parker, Richard Spencer, Carole Taylor-Brown, Helen Taylor and Richard Youngs are our non-executive directors and provide an independent check on how well the Trust runs. You can read about our non-executive directors here.               

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Childrens xmas party

Christmas party for children with cancer

21/12/2018 | Uncategorised

We held our Christmas party for children with cancer, and their families, who attend Colchester and Ipswich hospitals. Among the guests were a number of superheroes and princesses as well as real-life reindeer and, of course, Santa Claus.   Watch the video here.    

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New critical care patient group

01/10/2018 | Uncategorised

Patients recovering from critical illness in Ipswich are to be helped back to health by people that were once seriously unwell themselves. Clinical staff at Ipswich Hospital have set up an ICUSteps group and are looking for former intensive care patients to join them and talk to recovering patients and their loved ones, as well… Read more »

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