There are calls for a fresh inquiry into how thousands of NHS patients were given contaminated blood in the 1970s & 80s.Read the full story ›
Overweight children in Norfolk are being put through their paces by the fire brigadeRead the full story ›
Patients & staff at the Norfolk & Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust say the service isn't able to look after people with acute mental illnesses.Read the full story ›
Staff and patients have criticised the Norfolk and Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust, saying it's too difficult for people with mental illnesses to get access to care. The trust has to make £40 million worth of savings and has cut the workforce by 400 posts.
The new Chief Executive takes over next week. The trust admits there is an issue with access in Norfolk but says it's working to rectify problems.
An ITV News Anglia investigation has found some couples who need help starting a family are having their NHS treatment rationed.
The national recommendation is for three rounds of IVF - but couples in Milton Keynes and Northamptonshire are offered only one while in some other areas it is being cut to two.
Local NHS managers say they have to balance the national guidelines with the money available.
Kate Brian from Infertility Network UK said the impact would be "absolutely devastating" for couples.
As figures reveal serious incidents that occurred in NHS hospitals over six months, see a full breakdown of how the hospital trusts fared.Read the full story ›
Tim Buckle undergoes surgery for varicose veins. The pioneering treatment will me recovery is a matter of hours, rather than weeks.
Doctors in Norfolk are using a pioneering form of surgery to treat varicose veins.
Surgeons in Norwich and Cromer hope that the use of intensive heat treatment instead of open surgery will soon be rolled out across the rest of the NHS.
Robert Brightwell, Consultant Vascular Surgeon, said patients had "no overnight stays" and "no recovery from general anaesthetic".
He added: "We've treated gentlemen well into their 70s and 80s and they've walked out and played a round of golf in the afternoon."
After a grandmother was handcuffed for trying see her medical records, we've looked at what rights patients have over their information.Read the full story ›
The son of a man who died from a fatal overdose given by a foreign doctor, has told ITV News that he welcomes new language measures.
Dr Stuart Gray's father died in 2008, after a German doctor – who had already failed an English test – gave him ten times the required amount of painkillers for kidney pain.
"It's common sense. This is five years too late, but at least action is now being taken," said Dr Stuart Gray.
Those coming to the UK from outside the EU already face strict language tests. However, new measures will mean all doctors wanting to practice in the UK will now need to pass a language assessment.
The new checks were announced after cases in which foreign doctors were said to have provided sub-standard care.