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More funding bid plans to transform ambulance estates

Ambulance bosses have revealed plans to overhaul several stations if a Government funding bid of nearly £40m is successful.

Outdated buildings will be replaced at Harlow, Colchester and Basildon in Essex; Ipswich, Barton Mills and Bury St Edmunds in Suffolk; King’s Lynn in Norfolk; Cambridge and Huntingdon in Cambridgeshire; and Bedford.

Multi-million-pound gift for ambulance service

A £6.5 million injection of capital funding will support the region’s ambulance service to improve facilities and services for its crews.

It means the East of England Ambulance Service (EEAST) will be able to fast-forward plans to improve their fleet preparation, supply and estate operations. EEAST applied for funding as part of a nationwide funding boost for the NHS’s 70th birthday from the Department of Health and Social Care.

CCG rated outstanding…again!

East and North Hertfordshire CCG, the organisation which plans, pays for and monitors health services for local people is celebrating being rated ‘outstanding’.

In the latest national assessments for 2017/18, published today by NHS England, the CCG was awarded the top rating for the second year in a row, one of only 13 CCGs across the country to achieve this.


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