A devastated son was told his dad had died and went to a hospital morgue to identify his body - only to see it was someone else.Read the full story ›
There are growing concerns over a worrying drop in the number of doctors going into general practice in the East. Not enough new GPs are being recruited and many already doing the job want to leave because of the mounting pressure.
In the first of two special reports, Tanya Mercer's been looking into what's causing the crisis...
In the second of her reports, Tanya Mercer's been finding out why it is more young doctors are choosing not to become GPs and what's being done in the East to try to improve the situation...
One of the country's top gymnasts is visiting schools in Northamptonshire to inspire kids to take up sport.Read the full story ›
Hundreds of cars were involved in a special event in Norwich on Saturday to honour a local motorsport photographer who's terminally ill.Read the full story ›
Doctors and health bosses in Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire are warning those with minor complaints could be turned away from A and E departments.
They say they're struggling to cope with the current number of patients and stress the ambulance service is severely stretched.
They also say they only have the capacity to deal with serious or life-threatening conditions.
As it was confirmed today that a patient in Northamptonshire had tested negative for Ebola, an infectious disease expert told ITV News Anglia the public should feel confident that our hospitals are prepared.
Dr Stuart Allen, head of life sciences at the University of Northampton, said health services needed to act quickly as soon as a case was suspected to ensure any potential infection was contained.
"The main aspect there is containment - keeping that person either isolated in the right conditions, making sure that the people that are actually working with them are the right people - but they will have all the equipment they need, all the protective equipment that they need, and all of the containment facilities within the hospitals to look after people."
Patient, a woman who had recently returned to the UK from abroad, arrived at Northampton General Hospital yesterday.
Watch Olivia Paterson's report below.
A Suffolk teenager has launched a campaign aimed at stopping young people taking up smoking.
Toby Jeffrey, who is 16 and from Bury St Edmunds, was appalled to find there were more than 4,000 chemicals in a cigarette - including rat poison.
Nearly 20,000 children in our region will take up smoking this year, according to anti-smoking campaigners.
Toby has enlisted the help of Fixers - the campaign that gives young people a voice - to reach children with a tough message.
Watch his film below and click here to find out more about Fixers.
Public Health England say tests for the ebola virus on a female patient at Northampton General Hospital have come back 'negative'. She will continue to be monitored.
Little yellow ducks knitted by a mother from Cambridgeshire aiming to raise awareness of organ donation have been found all over the world.Read the full story ›
Two schemes in our region are aiming to reduce the mounting pressure on hospitals by tackling bed blocking.Read the full story ›