A mother who went into labour while trapped in a queue after a fatal accident on the A1 in Hertfordshire talks about what happened.Read the full story ›
A mental health trust in East Anglia has become the first in the country to be put into special measures.Read the full story ›
After hiring more than 400 student paramedics in 2014, the East of England Ambulance Service says it's aiming to recruit a similar number in 2015.
It's looking for candidates in the East Suffolk area in particular.
Student paramedics go through eight weeks of training in the classroom and three weeks of blue-light driver training before starting on the front-line.
A new medical unit aimed at reducing hospital bed-blocking has helped 55 patients in its first five weeks.
The Henderson Unit was set up in Norwich as a stepping stone for patients between a hospital stay and returning home. Up until now, 19 of the unit's beds have been open. A further five opened this week.
...but it is brain surgery - and in that field, Cambridge can boast the brainiest surgeons of all...
In a list ranking more than 300 departments across the country according to their academic achievements, neurosurgeons at Cambridge University Hospitals - which includes Addenbrooke's - came out on top.
The study was produced by the Journal of Neurosurgery. CUH puts the success down to the benefits of continued close links between the Trust and the University of Cambridge.
The Department of Clinical Neuroscience at CUH provides services for nearly 5 million people.
Alzheimer's Research UK in Cambridge has announced it is to pump £30 million into fast-tracking new drug treatments for the diseaseRead the full story ›
A new centre has opened in Suffolk to help children who are victims of rape and sexual assault.
The Ferns now has bespoke facilities tailored to reducing anxiety for younger victims and helping them and their families through the ordeal.
Since 2011, The Ferns has helped 951 victims of rape and sexual assault. Of those, 165 were aged between 13-17. 59 were 12 years old or younger.
Scientists maybe one step closer to finding a cure for Alzheimer's after they discovered a molecule that prevents the disease developing.Read the full story ›
A new multimillion pound research centre dedicated to developing dementia treatments is opening at Cambridge University today.
90 scientists will be based at the centre over the next five years, it's being funded by the Alzheimer's Research charity.
Dementia affects more than 800,000 people in the UK and costs the UK economy £23bn a year.
A doctor found guilty of a series of failings following the death of a 19-month-old boy is still fit to practise, a tribunal has ruled.Read the full story ›