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Cyber Attack - Advice for Patients

15 May 2017

Cyber Attack - Advice for patients - Website A number of NHS organisations have been affected by a ransomware attack (an attack on the IT systems which support NHS services). This attack was not specifically targeted at the NHS ...

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Postponement of May Board meeting and AGM date confirmed

12 May 2017

Clinicians at the North East Essex Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) say it is with regret that the next Board meeting – originally planned for 30 May – will be rescheduled to 27 June 2017. The reason for this postponement ...

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Healthcare leaders mark International Nurses Day (12 May) by saying ‘thank you’

12 May 2017

The Chief Officer at the North East Essex Clinical Commissioning Group, Sam Hepplewhite, has expressed her gratitude on International Nurses Day to the thousands of nurses who work tirelessly for patients across Colchester and Tendring. The day long event ...

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CCG clinicians back Mental Health Awareness Week

9 May 2017

Mental health experts at the North East Essex Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) are supporting a Wellbeing Day during Mental Health Awareness Week (8-14 May) in an effort to increase awareness about locally available services. Members of the public will ...

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Health leaders are urging people to talk about dying, death and bereavement

8 May 2017

St Helena Hospice and the North East Essex Clinical Commissioning Group are reminding local people about the importance of talking about what is important to you towards the end of life.   Priorities about where care is given, whom to ...

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Clinicians warn not to ignore symptoms of bowel cancer

17 Apr 2017

Clinicians at North East Essex Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) say it’s vital that people who suspect they have bowel cancer get their symptoms checked out early.  Experts say the condition is the UK’s second biggest cancer disease killer, ...

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