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The Ipswich Hospital NHS Trust is now East Suffolk and North Essex NHS Foundation Trust

Thank you for visiting our website. As of 1 July 2018 The Ipswich Hospital NHS Trust is now East Suffolk and North Essex NHS Foundation Trust. This website is no longer being updated. Please visit www.esneft.nhs.uk for more information.

30 June 2018
Radiographers of the future visit our hospital

The next generation of healthcare professionals have been given a first-hand insight into the different careers available in radiography during a visit to our hospital.

17 July 2017
£12,000 boost for breast cancer patients

Support for breast cancer patients at Ipswich Hospital has been given a boost thanks to a £12,000 donation which will fund special exercise classes.

13 April 2017
Patient says thanks with artwork

A grateful patient has created a unique piece of textile art to thank the “brilliant” staff for the care she received for breast cancer.

08 February 2017
National coverage for patient's book

How a book written by a former patient to help her family face up to cancer is helping other families too.

06 May 2016
VERT Team Nominated for a National Award

The VERT team at the Ipswich radiotherapy department has been shortlisted for Professionalism in Practice category in the Advancing Healthcare Awards 2014

18 March 2014
Care Plan Paves the Way Forward

The trail-blazing work of two specialist radiographers in our hospital has been highlighted in an article published in a prestigious journal.

13 February 2014
Ipswich Radiographer Article Published!!

 Ipswich Hospital's Lisa Mann has had an article published in Synergy (the Society of Radiographers professional journal) discussing care plans and management summaries.

07 January 2014
World Radiography Day 2013

World Radiography Day 2013 was celebrated in the radiotherapy department.

18 November 2013
Hospital's Radiotherapy Team Still Leads the Way for Treatments

A new high-dose radiation therapy that kills tumours and saves patients from needing surgery is the latest pioneering treatment helping Ipswich Hospital patients survive cancer.

11 June 2013
Supporters Buy New Hi-Tech Medical Gear

New state-of-the art cameras are today helping medics at Ipswich Hospital treat cancer patients.

13 May 2013
A Helping Hand Through Your Cancer Treatment

Offering help and support, Lisa Mann is a shining star guiding cancer patients through their radiotherapy sessions.

03 April 2013
Take a Seat and Relax

A new patient relaxation chair and specialist sensory equipment have been unveiled at the Ipswich Hospital’s Radiotherapy Department in memory of late patient Ivan Garnham.

06 March 2013
Learn More About Cancer Treatments

 Hospital radiographers will be on hand at a special event to explain how radiation is used to treat cancer.

08 November 2012
How VERT is Helping to Make a Difference!

It looks just like a screen in your local multiplex cinema. But this technology in Ipswich Hospital’s radiotherapy department is actually a virtual treatment machine.

11 September 2012
£2million True Beam machine is a UK first for treating illness

Ipswich Hospital has long been at the forefront of cancer treatment in the UK. Today, thanks to the latest technology, Suffolk patients can expect the highest levels of care.
(Story courtesy of the Evening Star, 29 February 2012)

01 March 2012
Celebrating True Beam

Staff past and present came together with patients and guests at Ipswich Hospital to celebrate the arrival of a life-saving piece of equipment.
(Story courtesy of the East Anglian Daily Times, 3 February 2011)

16 February 2012
Groundbreaking Cancer Research Team Leads Way

A research team at Ipswich Hospital is leading the way in the treatment of head and neck cancers.
(Story courtesy of the Evening Star, 8 March 2011)

24 January 2012
Hospital Builds on Curie's Vital Work

It is 100 years since Marie Curie won her second Nobel Prize for the isolation and study of radium.
Today Ipswich Hospital is at the cutting edge of radiotherapy treatment in the UK.
(Story courtesy of the Evening Star, 3 May 2011)

24 January 2012