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A Suffolk mental health charity is set to sign a national pledge which will encourage employers to rethink public attitudes toward mental health in the workplace.
Teenage mothers are some of the best in society but still unfairly suffer from stigma and abuse, a Suffolk mother-of-eight has said.
Ipswich Hospital has been recognised as a trailblazer in diabetic foot care.
Bungled diagnoses have resulted in pay outs of £3.5 million from two of the region’s hospitals, it has been revealed.
A Suffolk charity is launching a competition inviting teenagers to write about mental health in memory of a well-known trustee and radio pioneer.
More than 200 men were tested for prostate cancer during a screening event held at Ipswich Town Football Club.
Council chiefs in Suffolk are desperately searching for families who can give vulnerable children a loving home amid a foster carer recruitment crisis.
Volunteers at St John Ambulance have raised more than £1,300 for a new defibrillator at their headquarters in Ipswich.
A campaign to boost the health of Ipswich shoppers is proving so popular it’s being extended to include a special diabetes screening day.
NHS bosses in Ipswich are struggling to convince their own staff to have a flu jab – we asked people in Ipswich what they thought of the issue.
A determined Ipswich mother who has been fundraising for life-changing surgery in Spain is “completely overwhelmed” after finding a doctor willing to treat her closer to home.
Christmas Day promises to be a bit brighter for people spending it in Ipswich Hospital this winter thanks to an annual campaign.
A major investment promised by the Government to improve schoolchildren’s mental health is too little, too late, Suffolk campaigners have said.
A dementia helpline service in Suffolk which is making a “really big difference” to the lives of patients and carers affected by the illness has scooped a national accolade.
NHS bosses in Ipswich are struggling to convince their own staff to have a flu jab, despite a heightened campaign this year encouraging the public to get vaccinated.
Sexual health services in Suffolk are being scaled back due to county council cuts, it has been revealed.
Ipswich Hospital suffered a power cut yesterday after a “large fault” in the area.
Uncertainty about the future might be fuelling an increase in staff turnover at Ipswich Hospital, a trust leader has warned.
A former GP who considered taking his own life after retirement has warned bosses at the region’s failing mental health trust to look out for their own wellbeing during this time of intense scrutiny.
Physical abuse and incorrectly labelled blood samples were among a string of more than 50 complaints levelled at Ipswich Hospital in just one month.
A Suffolk family whose young son has been through treatment for a rare cancer are helping to launch a national awards scheme that recognises the courage of children with the disease.
A vital assessment unit at Ipswich Hospital has reopened following an £800,000 project to improve its facilities and make it dementia-friendly.
Leading doctors in Suffolk are “appalled” at the state of the region’s mental health trust and have called for a cultural change at the troubled organisation.
An Ipswich woman has spoken of her disgust after an iPad was stolen from her severely disabled sister’s hospital bedside.
The region’s ambulance service has launched a new campaign to reassert its zero tolerance policy on abuse as the number of staff assaulted while on duty continues to rise.
Receptionists at a super-group of GP surgeries in east Suffolk have been trained in ‘care navigation’ in a bid to lighten the load on busy GPs and bring down patient waiting times.
More than 200 investigations into alleged care home abuse in Suffolk have resulted in just two charges despite a new neglect law, it can be revealed.
Urgent action is being taken to recruit and retain clinicians within GP surgeries in Ipswich and east Suffolk as NHS bosses warn of an impending workforce crisis.
Promising young footballers from Ipswich are hoping to illuminate the Waterfront with their bright orange charity tops during next month’s Christmas lantern walk.
Campaigners shocked by the news that there are no publicly accessible defibrillators in Ipswich town centre once shops shut are taking matters into their own hands.