Geraldine Scott

Healthcare professionals who used to work at the region’s mental health trust have slammed “rotten foundations” stemming from a radical redesign six years ago.

The boss of the region’s failing mental health trust has set out areas the organisation will focus on in order to recover.

New data has revealed the number of doctors at the region’s mental health trust has shrunk over the last five years - whilst the number of managers has risen.

It is one of the most difficult restaurants in Norwich to bag a reservation at, but Geraldine Scott managed to book a table at B’nou to find out exactly what the fuss is all about.

Fire crews were called to a house fire in Norwich on Friday night.

The union representing ambulance crews in our region has called on chiefs to buy new jackets for staff for the winter months.

More than 100 people braved the cold to get a small idea of what it is like to be homeless on the streets of Norwich.

A 15-year-old girl was grabbed by a man in one of Great Yarmouth’s historic rows.

Staff from Norfolk Community Health and Care NHS Trust (NCHC) have been taking part in NHS Fab Change Week, with the aim of improving outcomes and experience for both patients and staff.

A day of celebration recognised almost 200 staff and volunteers from the region’s ambulance service.

Young people and families were the focus of YMCA Norfolk’s annual celebration evening at the Open in Norwich.

A man who was arrested after a spate of crimes committed against elderly women has been released under investigation.

An inquest is a difficult process for any family, but health correspondent Geraldine Scott says it is important for coroners to be prepared to give suicide conclusions, or help for others won’t be available.

The service desk team at Norfolk Community Health and Care NHS Trust (NCHC) has become the first in Norfolk to be awarded the customer-led certification by the Service Desk Institute (SDI).

Norfolk veterans with mental health problems can now receive help from man’s best friend as a new initiative which pairs ex-service personnel with rescue dogs in need of a new home.

It was an appeal which put Norwich on the map as one of the best centres in the country for diabetes treatment.

It is a disease which affects around 14.1m people worldwide every year and it touches every corner of the globe.

The organiser of the largest care convention outside of London has said Norfolk needs to look to the future of the sector if things are to change.

A project supporting cancer patients at the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital (NNUH) has reached a milestone this month by assessing its 500th patient.

A year to the day since a Norwich man with schizophrenia died from a heroin overdose, his mother has said she should have been lighting a memorial candle instead of looking for answers.

“Outstanding is the next step for us.”

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