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EoE Neonatal, Paediatric Critical Care and Surgery in Children ODNs

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About EoE ODNs

The East of England Neonatal, Paediatric Critical Care and Surgery in Children Operational Delivery Network’s work collaboratively with the 17 units within the East of England.

 

Addenbrookes

NICU & PICU units available

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Hinchingbrooke

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Peterborough

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Bedford

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Luton & Dunstable

NICU unit available

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Lister

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Basildon

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Princess Alexandra

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Watford

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Broomfield

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Southend

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Colchester

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Ipswich

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West Suffolk

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James Paget

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Queen Elizabeth

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Norfolk & Norwich

NICU unit available

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East of England areas

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There are 17 units within the East of England Network

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Testimonials

“Our daughter spent 3.5 months on the neonatal unit in Cambridge where she received life-saving care. As a family we were all provided with amazing support throughout our stay and we will be forever grateful to the NICU team.”

Kelly Phizacklea

Pandr

Paediatric & Neonatal Decision Support & Retrieval Service

PaNDR is the transport service for the East of England Network and currently offers a 24 hour service to Cambridgeshire, Suffolk and Norfolk

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CATS

Children's Acute Transport Service

The Children’s Acute Transport Service (CATS) is a paediatric critical care transport team serving around 50 hospitals in the North Thames, Essex, Hertfordshire, Bedfordshire, and East Anglia. We are one of the largest specialist paediatric transport services in Europe and move 1200 critically ill children a year by road and air. The CATS team take the skills of a paediatric intensive care unit ‘on the road’, to the bedside of critically ill children where it is needed.

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