It delivered the first community-led integrated health and social care scheme of its kind in the UK.

People with learning disabilities and their carers are being urged to make sure they visit their GP for an annual health check as part of a new national campaign which aims to improve access to care.

Long-serving staff at the James Paget University Hospital have been formally recognised for providing decades of dedicated patient care.

Championing public transport, building strong communities and taking action on climate change are key pledges in the Green Party’s manifesto for next month’s county council elections.

The founder of the Big Issue says Norfolk needs better mental health provision and more social enterprises to reduce homelessness.

A documentary video about the ground-breaking Aylsham Care Trust charity has been unveiled to mark its 31st anniversary and the impact it’s had.

Empty wards and abandoned desks - a look inside Southwold Hospital reveals a shadow of its former life as a bustling community facility.

Patient experience and what is done to improve services will be the focus of the latest ‘takeover’ week by the region’s ambulance service.

A service of thanksgiving will be held at Norwich Cathedral to celebrate the contribution of nurses and healthcare staff.

An event designed to get more young people into care work was a success for two promising candidates in our region, as they secured jobs following challenging interviews.

Patients from across Norfolk are being urged to help the NHS this Easter weekend by using healthcare services “wisely”.

A new training programme will enable more mums to give birth at home and cut the number who need caesarians.

Patients from across Norfolk and Waveney are being urged to help the NHS to help them by using healthcare services wisely over the Easter weekend.

Leaders behind a campaign to ensure a former hospital remains open for public use are urging members of the community to attend a meeting to have their say on the site’s future.

A new position has been created between the region’s mental health trust and Suffolk County Council, with the aim of bring social care and mental health work closer together.

The widow of a former Cromer councillor who received excellent care at the town’s under-threat Benjamin Court has joined calls for it to be kept open.

A woman was taken to hospital after being knocked over by a cow in a Norfolk field.

Thousands more patients in Norfolk and Suffolk are being taken to hospital each year because they are obese.

A Norwich woman attempting to complete 12 races in 12 months in memory of her mother will reach the mid-way point during the half-marathon in Norwich tomorrow (Sunday).

Two teenagers were injured in a head on collision in Great Yarmouth.

I note that of late, there has been a considerable amount of correspondence concerning the cost of car parking and availability of spaces at our local hospitals.

The region’s ambulance service is urging the public to ‘be prepared’ ahead of what they predict to be a very busy Easter bank holiday.

The region’s NHS 111 and GP out-of-hours service has made steps towards improvement, a meeting has heard, and is now hitting national targets.

“Obesity is the new smoking... piling on the pounds around our children’s waistlines is piling on billions in future NHS costs. We now spend more on obesity than on the police and fire service combined.”

A man in his 70s has been taken to hospital after suffering smoke inhalation in a fire in Thorpe St Andrew this morning.

On the two-year anniversary of shared parental leave being introduced, Norfolk father-of-two Adam Gretton explains what he and his wife have made of the experience.

A package of support for Norfolk schools has been relaunched in a bid to bring down the soaring number of expelled pupils.

A special meeting will be held in Cromer to discuss any possible cuts to healthcare beds in north Norfolk.

A mother-of-three is hoping to raise awareness of meningitis in adults after she was affected by the infection at the age of 27.

An online version of the NHS 111 service is being trialled across Suffolk as part of a study into how technology can improve patient access to non-emergency healthcare.

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