Public Health Suffolk and NHS Ipswich and East Clinical Commissioning Group have launched a campaign focussed on wellbeing and healthy weight.
A new social prescribing initiative that has been helping to improve the health and wellbeing of Ipswich residents is to be rolled out across east Suffolk.
Pupils at primary and secondary schools across Suffolk and north east Essex, in need of mental health support, are set to have easier access to help, thanks to almost £2m worth of funding.
The Annual Members' Meeting of GP practice members of NHS Ipswich and East Suffolk Clinical Commissioning Group, to approve the CCG's annual accounts 2018/19, will take place on Wednesday September 11.
Following their success at the Suffolk Community Pharmacy awards in January five inspirational women from across Suffolk were invited to attend the Training Matters Recognition of Excellence awards as finalists.
All GP practices in east and west Suffolk have now been fully linked up with the NHS App.
Local people are being encouraged to attend the next meeting of the Community Engagement Partnership of the NHS Ipswich and East Suffolk Clinical Commissioning Group.
"I am proud to sign a renewed partnership agreement on behalf of staff side and my membership to continue the excellent working relationship we have with Suffolk CCG and key employer representatives."
The hay fever season has begun and those who suffer from a hay fever allergy are being encouraged to visit their local pharmacy – rather than their GP - for help and advice.
The latest newsletter from NHS Ipswich and East Suffolk Clinical Commissioning Group has just been published.
Live your life to the full – that’s the aim of a brand-new online resource to help people overcome stress, low mood and anxiety through low intensity Cognitive Behavioural Therapy.
The latest newsletter from NHS Ipswich and East Suffolk Clinical Commissioning Group has been published.
Students at schools in east Suffolk are set to benefit from a brand-new project which aims to support and develop their physical and emotional wellbeing – helping them grow into happy and healthy adults.
A new initiative aimed at retaining the services of senior GPs – and boosting new recruits to the profession – has been launched in Suffolk and north east Essex.
Suffolk’s community pharmacy teams were again recognised for the support they provide to their local communities in an awards ceremony.
The latest edition of the NHS Ipswich and East Suffolk CCG newsletter has just been published.
Even more new mothers from across Suffolk will benefit from targeted help for severe post-natal depression and other complex mental health issues when new staff are appointed to a specialist service run by Norfolk and Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust.
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