The hard work and dedication of NHS workers in east and west Suffolk was recognised earlier this week when local health care commissioners held their annual staff awards.
Employees of the NHS West Suffolk and NHS Ipswich & East Suffolk clinical commissioning groups (the CCGs) attended the awards presentation on Tuesday (July 17).
An independent examination of leadership and governance at the region’s ambulance trust has been welcomed.
Labelling the chief executive Robert Morton as “visionary and compassionate”, the independent review conducted by Deloitte looked at how senior leaders worked together and its business processes.
Next week’s meeting in public of the Governing Body of NHS Ipswich and East Suffolk Clinical Commissioning Group (IESCCG) will include a celebration of the NHS’s 70th birthday, involving younger and older members of our community.
Issued on behalf of Framlingham Medical Practice
Work is set to begin later this month on improved facilities at Framlingham Medical Practice in east Suffolk.
The 28-week expansion and improvement project will enable the practice to employ additional health care staff, offer extra services and meet the increasing demand for primary care services in the area.
The NHS organisations responsible for commissioning health care services in east and west Suffolk have been highly rated for their performance and patient care.
In the latest annual national assessments by NHS England for 2017/18, NHS Ipswich and East Suffolk Clinical Commissioning Group (IESCCG) has been rated ‘outstanding’ and NHS West Suffolk Clinical Commissioning Group (WSCCG) has been rated ‘good’.