The head of a coastal hospital which is the only one in Norfolk not failing has announced she will leave.
A culture of learning from mistakes and hardworking staff are behind a Norfolk hospital being the only one in the county to not be rated as failing.
Outstanding achievements, dedication and quality care were celebrated at this year’s James Paget University Hospital’s Remarkable People awards.
It was a year of challenge and progress.
Just two weeks remain to nominate staff members at James Paget University Hospital who have gone the extra mile to look after patients.
A Norfolk hospital could look for more commercial opportunities and upgrade facilities for private patients amid “NHS financial constraints”.
Patients needing treatment for serious heart problems could have to travel up to 100 miles under proposals put forward for redesigning the region’s health system.
A Great Yarmouth born and bred consultant who has travelled the world and had a diverse career has been appointed as new medical director at the James Paget University Hospital.
The county’s busiest hospital recorded the worst A&E performance in the country last month, as a leading emergency medicine organisation urged patients to write to their MPs demanding action over the NHS.
More staff in the county’s NHS felt they could contribute towards improvements, but others saw their satisfaction at the quality of care they could give dip.
Hospital directors have described how they “never experienced difficulty” like that they faced over Christmas and New Year and felt “helplessness” over the demand.
Staff at the James Paget University Hospital have been praised by board members with how they handled one of their busiest periods in recent memory.
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