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Cambs and Pboro CCG 13h
Have you had your flu vaccine?? It's not too late and will help protect you and your loved ones. If you are eligible for a free flu jab please call your GP, otherwise visit a local pharmacy.
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West Essex CCG 13h
It is important to keep warm in winter - both inside and outdoors to help prevent colds, flu and more serious health problems. Heat your home to at least 18°c (65°F), if you can, you might prefer your living room to be slightly warmer.
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Scottie 13h
Fantastic governance day held by lots of learning for all involved
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EEAST Ambulance 20h
That's great to hear, thanks for the feedback!
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Rob Sherry #FBPE 20h
many thanks for your sterling service last night when I was taken to hospital. Dan and Dave are a credit to the ambulance service. A&E service also impeccable on what was obviously a busy night for you!
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MEHT love NURSING Jan 12
Another mad busy week and saw the best in all our teams thanks you so much for doing what you do working so hard to ensure patients get the right care in the right place
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Manningtree CFR Jan 15
Tonight’s training-checking out the new online training system,catch up on calls & intense kit checking..we will find those tucked away dressings!! We also took time for & had a good old chat!!
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EEAST Ambulance Jan 15
Thanks for letting us know!
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Giles O'Halloran Jan 14
My sincere thanks to + teams for their amazing response, support + service late last night - your people do you proud - for making a real difference to + saving lives 😊👍
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JCP In Norfolk Jan 15
Commerical Services Call Taker/Dispatcher See:
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EEAST Ambulance Jan 15
Replying to @bushido_cop
Hi, thank you for getting in touch. If you email the details to eoeasnt.feedback@nhs.net they will be able to pass your thanks on to the crews. All the best
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EEAST Ambulance Jan 15
The perfect remedy, a uniter of people, or a show of love - whatever a brew means to you, get together today for . Just one conversation could save a life. Our wellbeing team is supporting Brew Monday today Raise a Brew to your mates and take a picture!
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EEAST Ambulance Jan 15
Excellent work Tom! Great news
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EEAST Ambulance Jan 15
Our friends at are turning Blue Monday into Brew Monday today. We'd love to see your pictures of you and your teams having a chat over a cuppa using hashtag
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Lesley Harper Jan 12
Thank you. Fantastic swift response this morning . Two lovely paramedics looked after my 95 year old lady with gentleness and care.
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EEAST Ambulance Jan 12
Dr Tom Davis, our Deputy Medical Director, has this important message following reports of an increase of flu cases in the community
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EEAST Ambulance Jan 12
Replying to @EastEnglandAmb
Flu is very infectious and spread by germs from coughs and sneezes. To reduce the risk of spreading flu use tissues when you cough or sneeze, bin used tissues and wash your hands often. Catch it. Bin it. Kill it.
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EEAST Ambulance Jan 12
Simple things really can help and washing your hands is one of the easiest ways you can protect yourself and others from . Taking the time to do this thoroughly is worth the effort and should only take you around 20 seconds. ⏲️🙌
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EEAST Ambulance Jan 12
Please keep an eye on the forecast over the weekend and be
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EN Herts CCG Jan 12
Man Flu- the struggle is real! Keep flu, man or otherwise, and other winter illnesses at bay by looking after yourself and following general hygiene
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