Hundreds of job cuts are planned at Norfolk and Suffolk NHS mental health trust.
The redesign of services has been prompted by the £20 million worth of savings that are expected to be made across the NHS nationally.
500 jobs and 20 per cent of inpatient beds are planned to be cut over the next four years.
Ipswich Hospital has been given a clean bill of health after a surprise inspection by the Care Quality Commission.
A team of inspectors visited 13 wards and departments and interviewed dozens of staff and patients.
They found that the hospital met all the standards in the areas inspected.
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