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Building works at Ipswich Hospital on Friday

19/10/2021 | Press releases

Part of the main corridor at Ipswich Hospital will be narrowed on Friday (22 October) this week as teams carry out important building works to the ceiling. A section of the corridor in the north end of the hospital, near the Ophthalmology Day Care Unit, will be narrowed temporarily while the works take place. People… Read more »

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Improving stroke care with cutting-edge technology

18/10/2021 | Press releases

Patients who have had a stroke could receive potentially life-saving treatment more quickly thanks to the introduction of cutting-edge artificial intelligence technology at East Suffolk and North Essex NHS Foundation Trust (ESNEFT). Called e-Stroke, the UK-designed software analyses images of the brain and blood vessels and automatically flags blockages to clinicians to help guide treatment… Read more »

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Top award for midwife Ali

14/10/2021 | Press releases

A specialist midwife with East Suffolk and North Essex NHS Foundation Trust (ESNEFT) has received a major national award in recognition of the support she provides to parents who have lost babies. Ali Brett, who is based at Ipswich Hospital, won the Archie award at a ceremony held by the Mariposa Trust in London at… Read more »

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Short disruption to guest WiFi connection

07/10/2021 | Press releases

Guest WiFi internet connections will be unavailable for up to 30 mins on Wednesday (13 October) at our hospitals. Both the ‘NHS Staff WiFi’ and ‘NHS WiFi’ (for patients and visitors) will be offline while our IT teams make some changes to the background systems. At Ipswich Hospital and east Suffolk community hospital sites, the… Read more »

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Visiting patients in ESNEFT hospitals

22/09/2021 | Press releases

Visitors continue to be welcomed back at hospitals run by East Suffolk and North Essex NHS Foundation Trust (ESNEFT) in a safe and controlled way. Patients can nominate one visitor who will be able to see them for one hour a day for the duration of their stay. Slightly different arrangements are in place on… Read more »

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