Geraldine Scott

Money could be shifted between health and social care organisations in Norfolk and Waveney under a new structure which aims to integrate different groups more effectively.

An ambitious bid to train 200 people as dementia friends in just seven days has been launched to mark Dementia Awareness Week.

Details of temporary arrangements for visitors to City Hall during the refurbishment of its customer centre have been revealed.

Norfolk and Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust (NSFT) has given its backing to a new national campaign which supports the ambition of creating a world where suicide does not exist.

St John Ambulance is urging people who have saved someone’s life using first aid to come forward with their story for the charity’s prestigious Everyday Heroes Awards.

A new 1950s hospital day room which aims to engage patients and their memories has been completed at the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital.

A number of new venues have signed up to a simple scheme which aims to tackle loneliness in Norfolk.

Dialysis treatment for those with kidney issues will be provided from a purpose-built premises in Bowthorpe when it is moved out of the Norfolk and Norwich Hospital.

A former health minister has claimed ambulance bosses “misled” MPs on a number of matters relating to winter pressures.

Communities such as Norfolk and Waveney which are worst affected by suicide are being given funding to develop suicide prevention and reduction schemes.

“If someone had told me 20 years ago this is what I was going to do, I would not have believed them.”

The region’s mental health trust has hit back at claims from campaigners that plans are afoot to split into two organisations.

A hub which aims to be a single point of access for Norfolk’s healthy child programme has been chosen as a regional champion in a competition to mark the NHS’ 70th birthday.

The Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital has signed up to the Time to Change employer pledge which demonstrates a commitment to raising awareness of mental health in the workplace.

The ophthalmology research unit at the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital (NNUH) is marking International Clinical Trials Day this year by inviting members of the public and colleagues to see the newly-installed IRay machine – one of only five of its kind in the country.

Patients, carers, relatives, supporters and partners are being invited to find out more about the challenges of engaging men in mental healthcare during a special event exploring what it means to be a man in 2018.

The Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital (NNUH) brought the local community together for a second year running to highlight how much support there is in Norfolk for those living with dementia and their families and carers.

Armed police and a drone were called out in Norwich this evening.

A man who was left with “half a skull” after a one-punch attack on a night out has taken part in an exhibition showing the impact a brain injury can have on a whole family.

A review by regulators of a group which ran a children’s mental health hospital in Norfolk has found a number of concerns.

A specialist team from the region’s mental health trust which helps people at hospital is now able to offer faster help to more patients after the service more than doubled in size.

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