The number of serious incidents (SIs) reported in Norfolk’s NHS has been revealed in a new report.
It has been described as an epidemic which affects more than 40,000 people in Norfolk alone.
An executive director at the region’s ambulance trust has announced his retirement.
Hard-working staff from Norfolk’s care sector were recognised for their successes at a glittering awards ceremony.
Funding at the region’s mental health trust has been slashed year on year in real terms, new research claims.
Age UK in Norwich is helping people join a national dementia research service by hosting a registration kiosk for it in its city centre shop.
An awards ceremony last night at Sprowston Manor rewarded those who work hard in the county’s care sector.
The East Anglian Air Ambulance (EAAA) has been listed as one of the top 100 not-for-profit companies in the UK to work for, as part of the Sunday Times’ Best Companies To Work For listing.
NANSA, one of Norfolk’s leading disability empowerment charities, has been chosen as charity of the year by the Brightstart Montessori Nursery.
Children’s mental health services in Norfolk could be taken over by Sir Richard Branson’s controversial company Virgin Care, it can be revealed.
Eight new high-dependency beds will be opened at the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital (NNUH) in an expansion of their critical care complex.
A clinic for those with relationship worries but who are unsure of what to do next will be held in Norwich.
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.
The Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital (NNUH) is asking young people between the ages of 16 and 25 years about their experiences of being an inpatient in hospital.
Nearly 700 adults and young people with learning disabilities could be missing out on essential annual health checks because they have not registered their disability with their GP.
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.
Pressure continues to be high on the region’s NHS as one of the county’s hospitals called for available staff to cover extra shifts.
An elderly woman sustained injuries to her hip and leg after a crash which caused a major road to be closed for more than four hours.
Police arrested a man on suspicion of drink driving overnight after he crashed into a wall in King’s Lynn.
Motorists were warned to “slow down and take care” overnight, as a driver was trapped and a car ended up on its side in South Norfolk.
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