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Fears for Ipswich intensive care

PUBLISHED: 11:27 23 May 2002 | UPDATED: 11:58 03 March 2010

TODAY The Evening Star brings into the public domain the future of the intensive care unit at Ipswich Hospital – one which senior doctors fear Suffolk may be at risk of losing.

TODAY The Evening Star brings into the public domain the future of the intensive care unit at Ipswich Hospital – one which senior doctors fear Suffolk may be at risk of losing.

Today the Star tells you a story which has been secretly bubbling under the surface in Suffolk hospital and health authority corridors of power for several weeks. It is information we view with a great degree of concern.

Today we reveal that senior doctors in Ipswich are scared that intensive care may be moved to the "regional centre" hospitals of Addenbrooke's, Cambridge, and the new Norfolk and Norwich.

For full details see tonight's Evening Star.


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