It follows claims that scans for patients with aneurysms were deleted after 90 days and the hospital email system did not alert doctors to check them.
A £340,000 appeal, which will see a hospital charity aim to transform the experiences of end-of-life and terminally-ill patients, has been unveiled.
Ben and Lynsey Davies raised a total of £2,330.63 for the benefit of the Hope for Tomorrow charity’s mobile cancer care unit (MCCU) in west Suffolk.
The Help’r Defibrillator Project is encouraging businesses that have a defibrillator on their premises to consider relocating their equipment outside.
The money was raised through collections at the surgery during a series of flu vaccination clinics held this year.
A group of residents in Old Court have raised more than £1,000 to install a defibrillator outside the nearby parish council offices in Cordell Road.
The defibrillator installed at St John’s Methodist Church is the tenth such machine to be either put in place or committed to in the town.
Perfect Smile Clinic was crowned the winner of the Best Team in East of England at The Dentistry Awards 2019.
An appeal to install more defibrillators in Long Melford has been launched, to ensure all village residents are served in the event of an emergency.
After dropping three dress sizes at Gymophobics, Sarah Archer was inspired to launch her own business venture in Sudbury.
An announcement surrounding the sudden closure of a residential care complex in Great Cornard has left dozens of residents facing great uncertainty.
Andy Read, who survived a cardiac arrest last year, praised the support for the campaign from residents who attended a meeting at Sudbury Town Hall.
The schools set to benefit include Thomas Gainsborough School, Wells Hall Primary School, Woodhall Primary School, and Glemsford Primary Academy.
The friends from Sudbury and Great Cornard have put together two sell-out shows at the town’s rugby club on November 14 and 15.