Contaminated blood victims have today won the right to sue the government in the High Court in a new legal case over the health disaster.
Health leaders in North Norfolk have voted to save all 18 beds at Benjamin Court in Cromer.
World-class cancer care on your doorstep.
Philanthropic fundraisers, specialist services and future plans were all discussed at the annual general meeting of Norfolk’s busiest hospital.
Patients who rely on a life-changing thyroid medicine to lead a normal life say rising costs mean it is being withdrawn.
A document released ahead of the final vote on the future of Benjamin Court has revealed another option for the care unit.
Health and wellbeing will be in the spotlight at an upcoming regional conference of the Anglia Pensioners’ Association.
Patients are dying at higher than expected rates at two Norfolk hospitals, according to a measure which NHS chiefs say should be used as a “smoke alarm” for safety.
More than 17,000 meals were wasted at Norfolk’s hospitals over the course of a year, new figures have revealed.
A national charity has called for action amid fears money is being skimmed off budgets for people with long-term health conditions in Norwich.
An enterprising book deal has led to the appointment of a specialist dementia nurse.
Care homes across Norfolk celebrated becoming accredited in a programme which deliver compassionate end-of-life care.
Sport students learnt more about protecting their mental wellbeing in a workshop at the College of West Anglia in King’s Lynn.
“We are proud of the Paget.”
Looking after your town and taking pride in where you live could help ease pressures on the NHS, it is claimed.
Lee Barrett hoped the death of his son at a birthday party in Hemsby would be a wake up call about the devastating consequences of carrying knives.
Vintage tractors that tilled the soil and planted the crops that helped feed the nation during and after the Second World War were on display near Fakenham on Sunday.
The region’s mental health trust has topped the list for the number of referrals to treat children and young people it turns away.
Sight is something which is often taken for granted - until there is a problem.
Sir Vince Cable will set out his plans to develop an anti-Brexit, cross-party coalition when he declares to Liberal Democrat supporters: “I am a proud saboteur.”
A call handler based in Norwich from the region’s ambulance service have been shortlisted for a national award .
Staff members, parents and children have said farewell to a service that has helped hundreds of families over the past decade and half.
Skin cancer is on the rise, and Dr Deepak Rallan is tackling the problem head on with a screening process which offers a life free of worry from the disease.
Those living in south Norfolk are at the lowest risk in the country of dying of liver disease, new figures have revealed.
A lack of integration, a £60m shortfall, and staff shortages have all contributed to a vision to move specialist care out of hospitals in two areas of Norfolk.
A grandmother is pleading to the public to join the NHS organ donor register after she was given “the gift of life”.
A busy doctors’ surgery in Norwich city centre could move premises, after councillors voted unanimously to change the use of a former factory and art gallery.
Bed blocking at two of the region’s hospitals has risen in the latest figures released by NHS England.
Little more than a year ago Ziggy was facing certain death in a Spanish pound after being found starving on the streets of Malaga.
A man who complained of hearing voices in his head hanged himself days after police discovered cannabis in his garden, an inquest heard.
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