It’s the 72nd birthday of the NHS this weekend - and people across Suffolk and north east Essex are invited to join in the national ‘thank you’ celebrations.
With a predicted few days of hot weather ahead local GPs are encouraging people to keep cool and look out for others.
Suffolk Says Thanks recognises the small acts of kindness taking place across the county in response to the coronavirus pandemic.
A team of psychologists in Suffolk has created a “support pack” to help schools cope with an increase in mental health issues.
This Volunteers’ Week (1 – 7 June) representatives a number of local organisations are taking the opportunity to thank those who have been helping others in need.
During this week’s Mental Health Awareness Week, one of East Anglia’s leading mental health experts is encouraging people who are currently not commuting to work to use that time for physical activity.
Paul Gibara has been appointed as the new Director of Performance Improvement.
The Compassionate Communities project is strengthening the level of support available to people at the end of their life.
All GP practices in east and west Suffolk will be open as normal on Friday’s bank holiday (May 8).
More young adults in Suffolk will be able to seek help from Kooth after the free online counselling and emotional wellbeing support service was extended.
To all Suffolk residents
In response to the challenges facing the NHS and to reduce the risk of coronavirus transmission, there will be changes to arrangements for meetings to which members of the public are routinely invited.
A brand new NHS app designed to provide all the information pregnant women, their partners and family need to enhance the maternity experience and complement face-to-face maternity care has been officially launched.
Read the latest newsletter from NHS Ipswich and East Suffolk CCG.
The next meeting in public of the Primary Care Commissioning Committee for east Suffolk will take place on Tuesday February 25.
Walton Surgery in Felixstowe will close its doors to patients on Tuesday March 31.
The latest edition of the NHS Ipswich and East Suffolk CCG newsletter has been published.