The medical director of Shrewsbury and Telford Hospital NHS Trust has apologised to families. Jeremy Hunt has ordered an investigation.Read the full story ›
As many as 11,000 people are not getting follow-up appointments within a week - putting them at increased risk of suicide.Read the full story ›
The "avoidable deaths" are said to have occurred over a two-year period at the Shrewsbury and Telford Hospital NHS Trust.Read the full story ›
A 13-year-old has become the first child in Britain and the youngest person in Europe to be given an artificial heart.Read the full story ›
A hoax 999 call by a young girl cost £2,465 and now the ambulance service is warning how common the calls are.Read the full story ›
Louise Mallendar, 36, from Chesterfield, has been told she has months to live after finding out she carries a hereditary cancer gene.Read the full story ›
The Royal Derby Hospital says there will be disruption for patients and visitors this weekend ahead of a new road opening.
Final works are being carried out on a new one-way system on the loop road around the hospital.
It will go live to traffic from Monday morning. Entrance B will be closed to all traffic from tonight.
Worcestershire's A&E departments are the second worst in England for turning away ambulances carrying patients.Read the full story ›
A sick cat, dandruff and someone who wanted help with their shopping are just some of the inappropriate 999 calls made last month.Read the full story ›
An ITV News Central investigation has found a dramatic increase in the number of vets reaching out for help with their mental health. In the last two years, the number of people contacting support charity Vetlife, has more than quadrupled.
Research has shown that the suicide rate among vets is nearly four times higher than the national average - and double that of doctors and dentists. Walsall vet Richard Hillman is trying to raise awareness of the issue as he himself thought about taking his own life. Our reporter Rebecca Burrows went to meet him.