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This means that the quality of care we provide will always meet the high levels of service you expect from the NHS. 

With an unrelenting focus on quality and an innovative approach to patient centered care, our dedicated team of healthcare professionals will always put the patient first, no matter what. 

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Lincoln’s bionic man celebrates being on the move again

Lincoln’s bionic man celebrates being on the move again

December 7 2016

With two new hips, knees and surgery just about to take place on his shoulder, Guy Gibbs may sound like Lincoln’s own bionic man, but the former nurse and

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Suffolk NHS 111 service receives high praise

Suffolk NHS 111 service receives high praise

December 6 2016

The Care UK team which runs the NHS 111 service across Suffolk has been highly praised in a national quality audit, with its leadership classed as ‘outstanding’.

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Return to practice for Emersons Green nurse

Return to practice for Emersons Green nurse

December 2 2016

Christine Dailey, a nurse from Bristol who works at Emersons Green NHS Treatment Centre, is one of thousands of nurses nationwide who is updating her skills so

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It’s never too late to keep active

It’s never too late to keep active

December 7 2016

Keeping active in old age was the theme of a recent conference organised by the charity Age UK. ‘It’s never too late’ looked at ways of increasing physical activity in older people and the positive impact exercise can have.

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