The weather may have been less than kind but there was no doubting the warmth of the welcome as walkers Anita Lusher and Sally King reached their destination at the end of 52 long miles completed in one day.
Critical care patients at a Suffolk hospital are now being given a better chance of making a good recovery following the introduction of a specialist ‘bed bike’ which aims to keep joints moving while combatting muscle wastage.
Front-line ambulance staff have accused their bosses of disrespect and poor management after letters were sent to paramedics effectively blaming them for taking too long to handover patients to hospitals’ A&E departments.
Experts, service users and charities gathered to hear an alternative vision for mental health services in Norfolk at their second conference in Norwich. DOMINIC GILBERT heard lead speaker Peter Beresford condemn the existing system.
A Norfolk MP has questioned the “understandable yet disastrous” decision by local health bosses to withhold £7m in funds from social care services after raising the issue with a government minister today.
A snapshot survey of the health and wellbeing of more than 3,000 Norfolk schoolchildren has revealed one in three had been bullied in the past year – with the problem described as “horrifying” by the county’s director of public health.
They can be the difference between life and death, providing emergency care to critically ill patients. And now the vital work of Stalham First Responders have been honoured with the Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service.