A year on from special measures, campaigners in Norfolk and Suffolk describe a service still in crisis.Read the full story ›
Hundreds of people took to the streets of Norwich today to protest against cuts to mental health services.Read the full story ›
The Chief Executive of the Norfolk and Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust has accepted that some of the findings in a damning health watchdog report are correct and are being addressed.
The CQC branded the trust -which provides mental health services- as inadequate and are calling for it to be placed in special measures
Michael Scott has been talking to Jonathan Wills and Becky Jago about the work being done to put things right.
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Chloe Smith, the Conservative MP for Norwich North, today reacted to the CQC's inspection report into the "inadequate" Norfolk and Suffolk Foundation Trust, which has it's headquarters in her constituency:
"Obviously this report is deeply concerning. My priority as a local MP is to support the Trust, its hardworking staff and all those who need better mental health care. The Trust management has set out how it plans to improve and it must continue to work to gain the confidence of staff and provide better care to the most vulnerable."
A health watchdog has recommended the Norfolk and Suffolk Healthcare Trust is placed in special measures after branding them as inadequateRead the full story ›
The Chief Inspector of Hospitals has recommended Norfolk and Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust should be placed into special measures following an inspection by the Care Quality Commission which resulted in an overall rating of 'Inadequate'
A father with bi-polar killed himself after he was "cut loose" by mental health services in Cambridgeshire, a court has heard.Read the full story ›
Health professionals in the East have been given £10 million to research mental health conditions.
The NIHR Collaboration for Leadership in Applied Health Research and Care East of England hopes the pioneering project will start benefiting patients within three years.
Failure to recognise risksRead the full story ›