New EV Electric Van Launched Within ESNEFT ERS Medical are now using a selection of ‘zero emissions’ vehicles, for transportation of Pathology supplies and samples within the ESNEFT support services. A fantastic addition to the fleet to help improve our overall approach to reducing our Carbon footprint.
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Blood Sciences and Microbiology Standards for labelling
Combined form is now standard practice for Colchester. For any questions please contact email@example.com
From 1st September Hologic Aptima collection tubes for Chlamydia and Gonorrhoea no longer accepted. Replaced by Roche 6800 sample collection containers available to order from consumables store. Please follow the link for all details. https://esneftpathology.nhs.uk/wp-content/uploads/2022/08/ESNEFT-Microbiology-Service-Improvement-2022.8.1-1.docx
From Tuesday 3 May 2022 routine Immunology will now be performed within the ESNEFT hub laboratory this will be clinically supported via St Bartholomew’s Hospital. Ipswich and St Bartholomew’s laboratories will provide analytical services Monday to Friday 09.00 am – 17:00 pm (this does not include weekend or bank holidays). The new service will include […]
Important Chlamydia and Gonorrhea sample collection is changing. GO LIVE DATE 23rd May 2022
NEE – Boric Acid Sarstedt Urine Monovette™ Roll-out ESNEFT are continually reviewing and improving the quality of their service by increasing the speed and accuracy with which they can process samples and return results to GPs and patients. A number of changes have recently been undertaken with the urinalysis workflow in Microbiology. For the final […]
Tammy and Emma are taking on the gruelling 26.2 Miles of Virgin virtual London Marathon taking place 3rd October, as you can imagine this is a mighty task and takes many weeks of training and preparing both physically and mentally for the event. Emma is brand new to running but has already adapted to the […]
New Service opened on 1st March!
More than 20,000 patients and frontline workers have been checked for COVID-19 antibodies in less than six weeks.