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It's two year's later than planned but finally its good news as urgent care pilot is launched in Wisbech

It's two year's later than planned but finally its good news as urgent care pilot is launched in Wisbech

It's two year's later than planned but finally its good news as urgent care pilot is launched in Wisbech

At last - a new urgent care service has finally launched in Wisbech, almost two years later than previously planned.


Manea family part of Twitter campaign aiming to recruit celebrities to support a petition for life-enhancing drugs for Cystic Fibrosis sufferers

Manea family part of Twitter campaign aiming to recruit celebrities to support a petition for life-enhancing drugs for Cystic Fibrosis sufferers

Manea family part of Twitter campaign aiming to recruit celebrities to support a petition for life-enhancing drugs for Cystic Fibrosis sufferers

A Manea toddler and his family have taken to Twitter to recruit celebrity support to get life-enhancing drugs for Cystic Fibrosis sufferers.


Norfolk resident appointed as non executive director to NHS Trust Board

Norfolk resident appointed as non executive director to NHS Trust Board

Norfolk resident appointed as non executive director to NHS Trust Board

Cambridgeshire Community Services NHS Trust, which delivers services across Cambridgeshire and Norfolk has appointed new non-executive directors.


Thousands denied dental care in Cambridgeshire and it is especially bad in Wisbech

Thousands denied dental care in Cambridgeshire and it is especially bad in Wisbech

Thousands denied dental care in Cambridgeshire and it is especially bad in Wisbech

A new report from Healthwatch Cambridgeshire says thousands of people are being denied dental because of a lack of NHS dentists.


Building works start at Alan Hudson Day Treatment Centre in Wisbech

Building works start at Alan Hudson Day Treatment Centre in Wisbech

Building works start at Alan Hudson Day Treatment Centre in Wisbech

Work is under-way to extend and improve a vital charity run Fenland-treatment centre.


Clarkson Surgery in Wisbech is in merger talks with Octagon Medical Practice to try to beat recruitment and finance issues

Clarkson Surgery in Wisbech is in merger talks with Octagon Medical Practice to try to beat recruitment and finance issues

Clarkson Surgery in Wisbech is in merger talks with Octagon Medical Practice to try to beat recruitment and finance issues

A Fenland GP surgery is set to merge with a group of other practices in Peterborough and Huntingdon in a bid to beat recruitment and finance issues.


Thousands of small children not registered with a doctor in Cambridgeshire at risk of missing life-saving checks

Thousands of small children not registered with a doctor in Cambridgeshire at risk of missing life-saving checks

Thousands of small children not registered with a doctor in Cambridgeshire at risk of missing life-saving checks

Thousands of babies and small children in Cambridgeshire are not registered with a doctor, and could potentially be missing life-saving health checks


Cam Sight secures £210,000 from the Big Lottery Fund for Fenland service

Cam Sight secures £210,000 from the Big Lottery Fund for Fenland service

Cam Sight secures £210,000 from the Big Lottery Fund for Fenland service

Three new services aimed at helping Fenland people suffering sight loss are to be launched thanks to the Big Lottery Fund.


Members of Outwell Slimming World have shed a collective 160 stone in just 12 months

Members of Outwell Slimming World have shed a collective 160 stone in just 12 months

Members of Outwell Slimming World have shed a collective 160 stone in just 12 months

It has been a whirlwind 12 months for the members of Outwell Slimming World group, who have lost a collective 160 stone.


Walk for Prostate Cancer UK organised by two sisters is in memory of March dad Stephen Goakes

Walk for Prostate Cancer UK organised by two sisters is in memory of March dad Stephen Goakes

Walk for Prostate Cancer UK organised by two sisters is in memory of March dad Stephen Goakes

Two March sisters are organising a special event to raise awareness of prostate cancer.


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