A newborn baby girl has been "brought back to life" thanks to a consultant's decision to have one more go at reviving her.
Charley Spriggs has won a Princess Diana award after swimming the Channel to help the hospital that saved her grandfather's life.
A specialist cancer unit in Cambridge dedicated to treating teenagers celebrated its second birthday today with a super hero themed party.
The Norfolk and Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust has announced its new Chief Executive Officer.
His name is Michael Scott, currently Chief Executive of Norfolk Community Health and Care NHS Trust.
His appointment comes at a time when the Trust is under fire for its provision of mental health services.
The union 'Unison' held a protest outside Hellesdon Hospital in Norwich on Saturday over plans to close 13 hostel beds.
The Trust has cut around 400 jobs in the last year but recently admitted it has around 500 vacancies, and has launched recruitment campaigns in Ireland and Portugal.
"I know there's very good services in the Trust," Michael told ITV News Anglia.
"I've talked to staff, and people in the Trust, and indeed people who use the services as part of the appointment process.
"If there are concerns about services, I'll want to know about those from anybody - be that the unions or indeed our own staff, or service users."
You can see ITV News Anglia's chat with Michael Scott on the programme tonight, which gets underway at 6pm.
The inquest into the death of a 14-year-old asthma sufferer who died after paramedics went to the wrong address is due to come to an end today.
Elouise Keeling collapsed at an Air Cadets sports day at RAF Brampton last summer.
Paramedics took nearly 20 minutes to arrive after going to the wrong RAF base seven miles away.
Elouise was pronounced dead an hour later.
The East of England Ambulance Service, criticised over poor response times, is to take delivery of 120 new vehicles.
The first will go into service in Norfolk, where cover has been described as poor by health watchdogs.
The aim is to have no ambulances over five years old.
A decision on whether to close 15 children's centres in Peterborough will be made today. The city council want to replace the centres with four super hubs, saving £1.2 million. Campaigners say it will make the services less accessible. The full council will vote on the proposals later.
A pilot had a heart attack as he flew a microlight plane over Suffolk at the weekend.
The man, who is thought to be in his 60s, started to get chest pains while in the air on Saturday but managed to land the aircraft safely at an airfield near Newmarket at about 1.45pm.
An ambulance was called and, although the pilot went into cardiac arrest while receiving treatment, paramedics were able to get his heart beating normal again.
Dale Boustead, a paramedic with the East of England Ambulance Service, said: "We took him to West Suffolk General for further treatment and I was able to visit him in hospital yesterday.
"He is doing incredibly well, already sitting up and talking to his family which is quite unusual for the day after a cardiac arrest."
The air ambulance also attended.
A hospital in Norfolk is appealing for people to raid their cupboards and wardrobes to uncover any pre-1960s memorabilia which could help patients with dementia.
Apprentices at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in King's Lynn are creating a 1950s pop-up "reminiscence room".
It will be used to help older patients with dementia take a step back in time and unlock stories from their past.
It is hoped mobile unit could help hospital staff build a better picture of their patients and help manage their condition.
It will include various painted backdrops of a kitchen, a living room, a garden shed and a bus stop. The donated items will then be added to help bring the rooms to life.
Apprentice co-ordinator Sharon Carter said: “This might be items of pre-1960’s furniture, standard lamps, kitchen tables and chairs, for example, or familiar articles from that time such as curtains, wallpaper, sweet tins, cookery gadgets, books, records and so on. "
Anyone with items to donate should contact Samantha Mansfield at the QEH on 01553 613613, ext 4622.