Following the nomination Therese submitted back in April, the East Suffolk & North Essex Foundation Trust ICT team led by Deputy Director, Darren Atkins have made the shortlist for an NHS Parliamentary Award.
Therese was delighted to meet the stars of Britain's Got Talent – Finn and his handler PC Dave Wardell – in Parliament tocelebrate 'Finn's Law' – the Animal Welfare (Service Animals) Act, which came into force last Saturday.
Therese was delighted to captain the winning team of female MPs, as they overcame the collective might of female peers to secure victory for the House of Commons in the Macmillan Cancer Support Tug of War last week.
Therese is hosting a public meeting this Saturday when local NHS bosses, including the CCG's Chief Officer, Ed Garrett, and other NHS representatives will be available to answer questions and concerns about the Felixstowe Minor Injuries Unit.
Therese is seeking an urgent meeting with the NHS boss for the East of England, Anne Radmore, to express her concerns on patients struggling to be referred to the Felixstowe Minor Injuries Unit (MIU), particularly via the NHS 111 service.
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