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Have your say on proposed future speech, language and communication services
18 March 2019
Issued on behalf of NHS Ipswich and East Suffolk, NHS West Suffolk and NHS Great Yarmouth and Waveney clinical commissioning groups, Suffolk County Council and Suffolk Parent Carer Network

Parents and carers of children and young people in Suffolk with specialist speech, language and communication (SLC) needs have been invited to have their say on a proposed new model for delivering services.
 
Latest health commissioner newsletter is published
14 March 2019

The latest newsletter from NHS Ipswich and East Suffolk Clinical Commissioning Group has been published.


 
Meetings in public - NHS Ipswich and East Suffolk CCG
13 March 2019
A meeting in public of the Governing Body of NHS Ipswich and East Suffolk Clinical Commissioning Group will take place on Tuesday March 26 from 9.15 a.m.  
 
New project to support mental wellbeing in east Suffolk schools
11 March 2019

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.


 
SEND inspection revisit
04 March 2019
Much more work still needs to be done if children and young people in Suffolk with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) are to receive the quality of support they deserve.
 
Be opioid aware
27 February 2019
Medicines experts in Suffolk are encouraging people who take high-strength opioid painkillers to talk to their GP about reducing their dose to cut the risk of serious side effects and premature death.
 
Syphilis is on the rise in the east of England
21 February 2019
Public Health England in partnership with the 12 local authorities across the region and the Terrence Higgins Trust have today launched a social media campaign aimed at raising awareness of the rise in syphilis.
 
New initiative launched to help retain and recruit more GPs in Suffolk and north east Essex
12 February 2019

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.


 
Funding agreed for Citizens Advice in Suffolk
11 February 2019
Citizens Advice in Suffolk will no longer see any difference in their funding for next year, following collaboration between Suffolk County Council, NHS Ipswich and East Suffolk Clinical Commissioning Group and NHS West Suffolk Clinical Commissioning Group.
 
Recognition for Suffolk's community pharmacies
06 February 2019

Suffolk’s community pharmacy teams were again recognised for the support they provide to their local communities in an awards ceremony.

 
Read the latest CCG newsletter
01 February 2019

The latest edition of the NHS Ipswich and East Suffolk CCG newsletter has just been published.

 
More mums set to benefit as specialist service looks to recruit
21 January 2019

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.


 
SEND 16 plus Transitions Guide
18 January 2019
PARENTS and carers of young people with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) are being encouraged to make use of a new guide aimed at helping them prepare for adulthood.
 
Latest CCG newsletter is published
18 January 2019

Read the latest newsletter from your local health commissioners.

 
Next Governing Body meeting in public
16 January 2019
A meeting in public of the Governing Body of NHS Ipswich and East Suffolk Clinical Commissioning Group will take place on Tuesday January 22 from 9.15 a.m.   

 
Supporting good mental health for the NHS workforce
09 January 2019
NHS Ipswich and East Suffolk and NHS West Suffolk clinical commissioning groups have signed an employer pledge with Time to Change – committing to encourage staff to talk about mental health issues, promote good mental wellbeing and challenge stigma in the workplace.
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