A thousand defibrillators have been delivered across the region by the East of England Ambulance Service NHS Trust (EEAST) over the last three months. The trust launched the £800,000 pound scheme in January.
Since January the machines have been installed in village halls, shops, sports clubs, schools and libraries.
263 have been delivered in Norfolk, 195 in Essex, 180 in Suffolk, 175 in Cambridgeshire, 94 in Hertfordshire and 93 in Bedfordshire.
It was supposed to be the flagship of a new era of outsourcing in the NHS but less than three years after taking control the company at the centre has walked away.
Hinchingbrooke Hospital in Cambridgeshire is once again under the control of the National Health Service after the private healthcare business Circle said that they just couldn't make it work.
The Hospital is millions of pounds in deficit and the scheme in tatters.
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Hinchingbrooke Hospital is being handed back to the NHS to run it from today. It comes after the private company 'Circle' which ran the trust, ended its contract there yesterday.
Bosses say there will be no noticeable change or disruption for staff or patients.
Hinchingbrooke was the UK's only privately run NHS Trust, until the company running it decided to end its contract earlier this year.
"We wanted to achieve this transition quickly and without any disruption to staff or services for patients. The only changes will be to Trust management and we will be welcoming new NHS board members. There will be no change for staff and patients - the hospital will continue to provide the services that are available to patients at the moment, under NHS management."
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Over the next five or so weeks, candidates will be knocking on tens of thousands of doors in the hope they can convince you they're worthy of your vote.
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Men across the county of Essex have been getting free health checks.
Dozens turned up at Colchester United's Stadium at the weekend to get everything from blood pressure and prostate checks, to stroke assessments and physiotherapy.
It's run by charity CHAPS. Last year almost a thousand men across the region were screened - some of whom say it saved their life.
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Residents living in Rutland apparently have the highest standards of living in rural Britain, after it was declared the country's best rural place to live.
Residents tend to bit fit and well with more than 96% in good health and they enjoy a good climate with less rainfall per year than the national average (681mm as opposed to 879mm.)
The rate of employment and crime were among the many factors taken into account by the annual Halifax Rural Areas Quality of Life Survey.
A number of places in the East of England featured in the survey. Huntingdonshire rose 36 places to number 9, Babergh in Suffolk moved from 42 in 2014 to 11 in 2015.
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