A Leeds doctor is taking part in an ultra marathon from the Department of Health in Leeds, to Nick Clegg's Sheffield Hallam constituency.
MPs have called for an investigation into why a "reckless" decision was made to stop children's heart surgery at a Leeds hospital.
A mum of three from Lincolnshire has won compensation after she had her leg amputated following a botched operation.
Staff at Lincoln County Hospital are asking patients to attend A&E only in an emergency - as the NHS Trust is struggling to find enough beds. They are encouraging people to only go to A&E if absolutely necessary and anyone with minor injuries should use their local walk-in centre.
New proposals could mean Lincolnshire is served by one A&E unit and a network of A&E locals.
After the Keogh report said that patient safety was being compromised in the county the proposals represent an attempt to save money while ensuring patients receive the best possible care.
As well as setting up a single main A&E department to cover the whole county, the plans propose consolidating midwifery and obstetric clinics currently at Lincoln County and Boston Pilgrim on to a single site.
They would also include the construction of a "purpose built paediatric unit" in a central location such as Sleaford and children's services elsewhere in the county moving to a single facility.
Paul Southern from Bradford NHS Trust talks to Calendar about the latest figures which show middle aged drinkers in Bradford are costing the NHS £10m a year.
The Assessment and Treatment Centre (ATC) at Bassetlaw Hospital in Worksop has won a national NHS award.
The ATC is led by consultant physicians who have a greater, hands-on role seeing patients and deciding how their care should be managed seven days a week.
It means that patients who arrive at Bassetlaw Hospital needing a longer assessment or treatment will receive the same high quality of care no matter what day of the week it is.
A review of A and E service at Calderdale and Huddersfield NHS Foundation Trust has started. Some facilities could be affected by forty five million pound cuts. A public consultation will start later this year.
People in Leeds are being encouraged to have their say on the future of the NHS by taking part in a campaign called Call to Action.
The campaign is being led by the three clinical commissioning groups in Leeds - NHS Leeds North CCG, NHS Leeds South and East CCG and NHS Leeds West CCG.
Call to Action Leeds is part of a national debate to make sure that the NHS is ready to face the challenges of tightening budgets, an ageing population and an increase in demand for
There are a number of ways for local people to get involved including a drop in event at Leeds City Museum on Wednesday 27 November between 10:30am-12:30pm or 1:30pm- 3:30pm.
Three hospitals managed by the Northern Lincolnshire and Goole Hospitals NHS Trust are to receive mentoring support from doctors in Sheffield. The help comes after the hospitals were put into special measures.
A hospital trust in Lincolnshire needs to take urgent action to improve standards, according to a health watchdog.
The Care Quality Commission says the Lincolnshire Hospitals NHS Trust is still failing patients. A recent inspection found two of the regions hospitals aren't reaching acceptable levels.
A father from Sheffield whose son has a muscle-wasting condition fears changes to NHS funding will mean therapies for rare diseases could not be made available to him.
Mark Creswick's 5-year-old Harley suffers from Duchenne muscular dystrophy. He was just 2 when his parents first noticed their son's difficulties balancing and climbing the stairs. They're concerned that changes to NHS funding will mean Harley may never receive the high cost treatments he needs.
A father from Sheffield whose son has a muscle-wasting condition is worried that he'll never get cutting-edge treatments due to how drugs are assessed.
Harley Cresswick has Duchenne muscular dystrophy, and his dad, Mark, is worried that changes to NHS funding will mean some therapies for rare diseases are refused to him. Today, a Parliamentary report will be presented to the Health Minister about the issue, to which Mark gave evidence.