An executive director at the region’s ambulance trust has announced his retirement.
Clinicians at the region’s mental health trust are too busy to complete mandatory basic life support training, it has been revealed.
More than 2,000 hours when ambulance crews could have been responding to other calls in Norfolk were lost due to delays in handing patients over at A&E last month.
Hospital directors have described how they “never experienced difficulty” like that they faced over Christmas and New Year and felt “helplessness” over the demand.
More than 1,500 admissions to hospital in Norfolk and Suffolk over the course of a year were due to drug-related mental illness, new figures revealed.
Cancer patients in the region could see faster diagnosis and more support at home after a partnership of health chiefs and councils were granted £1.3m.
Representatives from the region’s ambulance service will face questions from MPs this month following allegations of patient deaths due to delays.
A charity helping people with disabilities to live more independent lives is urgently seeking volunteers.
Victims of sexual abuse and violence are being encouraged to speak out as Norfolk Police supports a national week-long campaign to raise awareness.
The region’s ambulance trust will put extra crews on the road by using private ambulance services and hospitals have been ordered to take patients into A&E quicker.
Thousands of elderly people across Norfolk and Waveney may be living with undiagnosed dementia, according to estimates by the NHS.
Top NHS executives met behind closed doors to probe “shocking” delays at the region’s ambulance service which may have led to a man freezing to death.
A special community information event has been organised for residents to find out more about the broad range of support and advice available to them.
A lack of checks on patients tranquillised while under the care of the region’s mental health trust has been branded as “appalling”.
An 85-year-old man with a broken hip feared for his life as he lay on his freezing conservatory floor with hot-water bottles strapped to his legs during a 13-hour wait for an ambulance.
The prime minister has said lessons will be learned after a whistleblower at the region’s ambulance trust exposed 40 alleged cases of harm or deaths due to ambulance delays.
Thousands of vacancies for registered nursing and midwifery posts in the east of England are not being filled, new NHS figures show.
The chief executive of the region’s mental health trust is urging patients to put their trust in her as the organisation tries to improve.
A damning dossier compiled by a senior whistleblower from the region’s ambulance trust has claimed at least 40 patients died or were harmed due to delays over Christmas and New Year - including one person who froze to death.
The resignation of the region’s ambulance trust’s medical director has been announced just a day after it was alleged 20 people died waiting for help whilst the service was stretched.
A nursing leader has painted a bleak picture of the conditions nurses in East Anglia are working under, as it was revealed one in 10 leave the profession every year.
A new service to treat an eye condition that is the most common cause of blindness has been launched in Waveney.
The pressure on the NHS over Christmas meant Norfolk County Council bosses had to pay “golden hellos” to care providers to take in patients to free up beds.
The crisis the NHS is going through could have been avoided. So says Joan Pons Laplana, a nurse and clinical project manager at James Paget Hospital
A medical surgery has moved to quash comments made on social media which claimed it only had one GP available to treat patients.
The hospital that serves the population of Great Yarmouth and Waveney is launching a scholarship to help two people from the region it covers qualify as nurses.
All three of Norfolk’s hospitals were completely full at points over the Christmas and New Year period, new data has revealed.
All non-urgent operations and day case procedures have been cancelled for the rest of the week at one of the county’s hospitals, as pressure on the health service continues to be high.
More GP appointments have been made available to patients across Norfolk and Waveney to help ease winter pressures on the health service.
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