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Timberhill Health Centre, Castle Mall, Norwich, NR1 3DD
- NHS walk-in service treating minor illness and injury
- Click Timberhill Health Centre, for details
Cromer Minor Injuries Unit, Mill Road, Cromer, NR27 0BQ
- NHS service treating minor injuries eg minor wounds, burns or simple fractures
- Click Minor Injuries Unit for details.
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Speak Out Safely Campaign
NHS Norwich Clinical Commissioning Group and the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital have jointly signed up to the Nursing Time’s Speak Out Safely campaign.
Click on the logo for details.
Knit for NICU Thank you!
In November the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital asked local people to take up their knitting needles and crochet hooks by knitting soft toys to raise funds for the Neonatal Intensive Care Unity (NICU).
Dedicated parents raise thousands in memory of son
A Norfolk couple has raised thousands of pounds in memory of their baby son.
Norfolk football heroes flying visit to childrens ward
Five Canaries dropped by for a flying visit to the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospitals childrens ward on Tuesday 16th December.