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October 2021 officially marks our 10th anniversary! We'll be reflecting on some of the highlights and achievements we've made over the past decade of providing healthcare services for our local communities.

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East Coast Community Healthcare

We provide NHS community and public health services across Norfolk and Suffolk. 
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Find out about our current vacancies, development opportunities, work experience and voluntary positions
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Our ECCH COVID-19 response

ECCH is continuing to follow NHS guidelines regarding the use of face coverings, as we prioritise the safety of both staff and patients. Patients are still required to wear a face covering and maintain social distancing in our settings to protect themselves and staff. Thank you for your understanding and cooperation.

We are providing all patients of ECCH services with a free medical grade face mask* when they attend an appointment with us. 

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We need you!

Have your say and help to improve our services by joining our Patient Participation Group (PPG).

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East Coast Community Healthcare

Find out what we've been up to here

Working for us

Find out about our current vacancies, development opportunities, work experience and voluntary positions
Read more

How did we do?

Take the friends and family test to leave us your feedback
Take the test now

Our ECCH COVID-19 response

ECCH is continuing to follow NHS guidelines

Read More

We need you!

Have your say and help to improve our services by joining our Patient Participation Group (PPG).

Click here to read more

 

East Coast Community Healthcare is a staff owned social enterprise that uses its surplus resources to benefit local communities.

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Like the common cold, the coronavirus (Covid-19) infection usually occurs through close contact with a person via cough and sneezes or hand contact.


The best way to reduce your risk of infection is by washing your hands more often for 20 seconds. NHS 111 has an online coronavirus service that can tell you if you need medical help and advise you what to do.


You can find the latest information and advice here

 

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