Nine professional and amateur pilots will take off on a virtual trip of the world to raise money for Lincs & Notts Air Ambulance.Read the full story ›
Health campaigners in Worcestershire have protested outside a CCG meeting to try and get a halt to the consultation on proposals to change healthcare across Worcestershire.
It follows the death of 8-year-old Callum Cartlidge. He suffered a cardiac arrest at his house in Redditch after visiting his GP earlier in the week with tonsillitis and stomach ache.
Callum's parents said ambulance staff asked to take him to the Alexandra Hospital just 1.9 miles away from the family home, but instead were sent to Worcestershire Royal Hospital which is 21 miles away.
This is what his dad said to reporter Callum Watkinson:
Paramedics managed to get Callum to the Worcestershire Royal A&E department in 23 minutes, but sadly nothing could be done to save him.
A man with terminal motor neurone disease has gone to the High Court in a bid to challenge the law on assisted dying.Read the full story ›
The number of hospital tooth extractions for children aged under four has increased by 24% in the last decade, new data has shown.Read the full story ›
A mother says she's worried about the safety of others after waiting more than 10 hours for her poorly son to be admitted to hospital.Read the full story ›
A West Midlands MP is campaigning to raise awareness about a life-threatening condition, which is killing one person every five minutes in the UK. Sepsis is a rare but serious complication of an infection, which when left untreated, can be fatal.
Dudley South MP Mike Wood thought he just had a cold when he ended up in hospital, and had to be put into a medically induced coma after going into septic shock. Rebecca Burrows reports.
Dozens of young girls have had new dramatic haircuts, and it's all in the name of charity.Read the full story ›
William Stocker, eight, stopped eating chicken nuggets, which he has for most lunches and dinners, after the recipe changed.Read the full story ›
Campaigners fighting to save the East Midlands Congenital Heart centre at Glenfield Hospital are protesting ahead of a public meeting tonight (9 March).
Patients and their families say the 96 seats available are 'totally inadequate' for the number who want to attend.
But the Trust say the event is one of a number of opportunities for people to get more information about the plans and answers any questions they may have.
An artwork to recognise the generosity of organ donors and their families will be opened at the Gloucestershire Royal Hospital.Read the full story ›