News & Events
The reforms to the NHS which healthcare workers have been working towards will finally come to fruition and GPs will take charge of commissioning health services for their patients from 1 April 2013.
The thinking behind the name change is:
NHS North Essex, the local primary care trust organisation, is asking people for their views on the future of GP services for patients currently registered at the Clements House surgery in South Woodham Ferrers.
NHS North Essex Cluster Board have their very last meeting on Tuesday 26 March where performance and financial plans are among the many different subjects to be discussed. They will also be having an extraordinary Board meeting on Thursday 21 March to approve the handover of the local NHS to the individual Clinical Commissioning Groups.
All members of the public are welcome to a combined Extra Board Meeting
All members of the public are welcome to a combined Board Meeting
The NHS North Essex Cluster Board is seeking the views of patients and the public on proposals for developing the branch surgery at Great Yeldham.
55,000 GP and nurse appointments missed a yearA STAGGERING 55,000 GP and nurse appointments a year are being lost across north east Essex because people don’t bother to cancel an appointment if they are unable to attend.
GPs and their practice staff across Colchester and Tendring will be attending a half-day professional development session next week.
WHO is your NHS Hero? Who do you know who has gone the extra mile or ‘ploughed through’ to provide exceptional care this winter? Don’t let your chance to say thank you drift away!
All members of the public are welcome to a combined Board Meeting of NHS Mid Essex, NHS North East Essex and NHSWest Essex
MOVES are being taken to improve the safety of people parking at and visiting health facilities in Colchester and Harwich.
PEOPLE are being urged to maintain high levels of cleanliness to help prevent one of the festive season’s least welcome visitors putting a dampener on celebrations.
As you know there are a number of illnesses that children are more likely to pick up over winter. As a parent or guardian it can frighten us, particularly if it’s symptoms we’ve not seen before. The first thing is to keep calm! The right NHS services are everywhere.
PEOPLE across north Essex appear to be heeding advice to protect themselves and their families from flu this year.