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Strike action from doctors and radiographers

28/09/2023 | Press releases

Doctors and radiographers across the NHS will be striking in the latest round of industrial action. Consultants and junior doctors will strike from 7am next Monday (2 October) to 7am Thursday (5 October). Radiographers will also join the strike on the Tuesday (3 October). We are committed to keeping disruption to services to a minimum. Our… Read more »

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Jimmy Doherty and Welly Walkers raise charity funds

27/09/2023 | Press releases

Jimmy Doherty joined forces with fundraising families to raise nearly £3,000 for Colchester & Ipswich Hospitals Charity by taking part in Sunday’s Welly Walk. Held at Jimmy’s Farm and Wildlife Park, the event raised £2,850 towards the transformation of the children’s department at Ipswich Hospital. Participants of all ages donned their wellington boots alongside friends… Read more »

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State-of-the-art centre reaches new heights

25/09/2023 | Press releases

The final bolt has been tightened to bring together a state-of-the-art £64million elective orthopaedic centre which will transform care for Suffolk and Essex patients who need planned surgery on bones, joints and muscles. The Dame Clare Marx Building was ‘topped out’ on Friday (22 September). It is being constructed by East Suffolk and North Essex… Read more »

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Doctors to go on strike across the NHS

15/09/2023 | Press releases

Doctors across the NHS will be taking part in strike action next week. And for the first time in NHS history, junior doctors and consultants are taking industrial action on the same day. On Tuesday and Wednesday (19 and 20 September), there will be a Christmas Day level of service for consultants’ industrial action. Junior… Read more »

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