Don’t forget your face covering when visiting your local hospital or GP practice

Face coverings must now be worn in all NHS healthcare settings in line with Government advice, including GP practices.

Under new rules announced by the Government face coverings must be worn in shops, supermarkets, shopping centres, train stations and other indoor locations.  They should also be worn in NHS settings, including hospitals and GP surgeries.

NHS Norfolk and Waveney CCG’s Governing Body Meeting next week, live-streamed on YouTube

The Governing Body of NHS Norfolk and Waveney meets on Tuesday next week (28 July 2020), by videoconference.

The meeting is being live-streamed on the CCG’s YouTube channel from 1.30pm. Instructions to watch the meeting are below.

Stick with it Suffolk – wear a face covering

Via Suffolk County Council 

Suffolk residents are being asked to keep looking out for each other and combat Covid-19 by wearing a face-covering in shops from tomorrow (Friday 24 July).

Norfolk and Waveney GP surgeries performing higher than average in GP patient survey

GP practices in Norfolk and Waveney have come out highly in the national annual survey of patient satisfaction.

Overall, they score higher than the national average in a range of important indicators such as helpful staff, access to appointments and satisfaction with their care.