Category list : NHS East Of England
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A Norfolk community nurse and her GP husband are to help colleagues in Ethiopia to develop palliative care services.
The Department of Health and Treasury have approved a process that could lead to a second district general hospital trust being franchised to a private company.
Queen Elizabeth Hospital pledges action on staffing Subscription
A Norfolk hospital has announced measures to improve nurse staffing levels after a critical report from regulators.
The proportion of patients with new grade 2, 3 or 4 pressure ulcers has been reduced by 36% in the last six months across the midlands and east of England, latest data suggests.
Nurses should not be held solely responsible for patient experience, one of the country’s most senior nursing figures has warned as ministers press ahead with new plans to rank hospital care.
A “frightening” crisis in practice nursing could be on the horizon in the East of England, the Royal College of Nursing has warned.
NHS 111 services in Luton and Bedfordshire will be provided by the East of England Ambulance Service Trust after it won through in a tendering process.
Privately-run Hinchingbrooke Health Care Trust has fallen again in the monthly league table of hospital patient satisfaction being piloted across the Midlands and East of England.
Bliss, the special care baby charity, has announced a new nursing post to support the families of premature and sick babies in the East of England.
Failures at a Norfolk health centre highlight the need to understand the “significant risk” of nurse-led primary care practices, according to the author of a damning report into care failings.