Broomfield Hospital is asking people to stay away from A and E unless patients have serious or life-threatening illnesses.
Mid Essex Hospital Services NHS Trust says there is currently "very high demand" for its services.
A woman who had one of the first ever heart-lung transplants has been reunited with the surgeon who saved her life.Read the full story ›
Businesses and residents in Buntingford in Hertfordshire have come together to create a wheelchair-friendly garden for an 8 year old girl with a spinal disease.
Kaylin Banks is suffering from a degenerative condition which means she will soon lose the use of her legs.
After hearing about her battle local landscaper Rob Farrell used social media to get friends, neighbours and professionals to donate supplies and services.
The family say they've been overwhelmed by people's generosity.
Unfortunately her legs are struggling to carry her body now so obviously wheelchair access will be important for us and that was one of the main things is that she could come and enjoy the garden and be able to be outside.
Just the kindness of people to come in and help with this project especially for this little one, it's amazing.
Nurses have gathered in Cambridge to campaign to scrap the 1% pay cap imposed on them. The RCN says it's causing nurses to leave.Read the full story ›
As Prince William begins his final day working for the East Anglian Air Ambulance, he's reflected on a tough job and an 'incredible team'.Read the full story ›
The boss of the region's ambulance service declared the trust "is not going into special measures" as it faces the prospect of a £3m fine.Read the full story ›
Frankie Dettori has launched an appeal to raise half a million pounds for a new cardiac unit at the West Suffolk Hospital.Read the full story ›
- Video report by ITV News Anglia's Victoria Lampard
Hundreds of people have been enjoying a day of music in Sudbury in memory of a local teenager.
Arran Tosh was 13 when he died of a brain tumour. He'd already begun raising money for cancer research and his family have continued his work.
They now hope the festival will become an annual event.
A woman is taking legal action against a hospital after a surgeon operated on the wrong kidney.Read the full story ›
- Video report by ITV News' Dani Crawshaw
Staff at one of the region's biggest hospitals have told ITV News Anglia they're anxious about the future.
The Trust which runs Addenbrooke's Hospital in Cambridge employs people from more than 80 different nationalities.
They've been celebrating the diversity of their workforce, but some are worried about issues including Brexit and immigration.