Staff and patients at Addenbrooke's Hospital have been among those marking the 70th anniversary of the NHSRead the full story ›
Have you ever wondered what those that work in the top jobs in our hospitals really think of our healthcare system?
A consultant orthopaedic surgeon for much of her career - Dame Clare Marx was also elected the first female President of the Royal College of Surgeons of England.
She's returned to Ipswich Hospital as associate medical director, where Becky Jago caught up with her recently to hear about how how the NHS has changed, being a woman in medicine, what she thinks about Brexit, our politicians, and how to convince people that the NHS is worth, not just fighting for, but working for..
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East of England Ambulance Service NHS Trust was rated as Requires Improvement following an inspection which took place in March this year.Read the full story ›
The National Health Service is celebrating 70 years since it was created.
There's no doubt healthcare has improved vastly since the inception of the NHS on 5 July 1948.
Back then there were 34 deaths per 1,000 births - now the infant mortality rate has dropped to fewer than four per 1,000 births.
On average, people now live at least 12 years longer than they did in 1948.
- ITV News Anglia reporter Tanya Mercer has been finding out what life was like before the NHS and how its introduction has changed Britain forever
Two of our hospitals have officially merged today (Sunday 1 July) to create the biggest NHS trust in East Anglia.
Ipswich and Colchester Hospitals will now be working together as part of the East Suffolk and North East Essex NHS Foundation Trust.
The hospitals already share a Chief Executive and Chairman.
Health bosses say the merger will help save services that might otherwise have been under threat.
A new report says progress is being made at the eating disorder services which failed a teenager from Suffolk - but her father disagrees.Read the full story ›
The Cambridge based Alzheimer's Research UK have teamed up with technology company Ricoh to help better understand and tackle the disease.Read the full story ›
The opening of the new £165m Royal Papworth Hospital will be delayed by months - because of fire safety fears over building cladding.Read the full story ›
When seven-year-old Jasmi Lindberg Cooke's cancer returned in 2017, doctors said a blood stem cell transplant was her best hope of survival.
There was no match available for the little girl from Bury St Edmunds in Suffolk.
The charity DKMS then put out the appeal JoinforJasmi urging people to join the donor register. It gathered celebrity support, including Ed Sheeran. It led to thousands more people joining the donor register.
It's six months since Jasmi's successful transplant,
- Click to watch a report by ITV News Anglia's Elodie Harper
Cambridge researchers say the old adage of having a slow metabolism making you fat does have a scientific basis.
A team of researchers discovered that your DNA can slow your metabolism which can lead to obesity.
However they say less than one in one hundred people are affected.
The research found the amount and types of food eaten, as well as levels of exercise, directly affect weight, but some people at more risk of becoming obese that others and obesity can run in families.
It's hoped that the work could eventually lead to a new treatment for people who can't control their weight.