A new centre for Cystic Fibrosis patients will be officially opened in Nottingham today.
The £6.6 million pound centre has been designed to care for more than 250 patients at Nottingham City Hospital.
Facilities include gym pods - allowing patients to exercise as a group whilst avoiding cross-infection - personalised chefs and an outdoor gym.
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The trust which runs Kettering General Hospital has been given an overall rating of 'Requiring Improvement' by the Care Quality Commission.
The health watchdog said it needed to improve a number of areas including its emergency services, maternity and gynaecology.
The Trust says it will address the areas highlighted and is also committed to building on its strengths.
Travellers who settled on the Selly Oak Hospital site over the weekend have left, following a police order.
West Midlands Police served a notice under the Criminal Justice and Public Order Act this afternoon, and told the travellers to leave by 6pm.
By 4pm, they had left the site. The area is now going to be assessed and necessary works carried out before staff are allowed to return to work there.
The 300 administrative staff who were relocated to other sites run by the University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust will remain at the other sites for the rest of the week.
NHS workers picketing in the Midlands have told ITV News Central that the lack of pay rise is unfair.
The Government says it can't afford the recommended 1% pay rise, but has approved their own wage increase.
We spoke to Rosemary Exton, from the Royal College of Midwives while she was on strike outside Nottingham City Hospital.
Admin worker, Jo Vaughan, who is a member of Unison union, picketed in Birmingham.
Hundreds of health workers at Selly Oak Hospital are to be relocated after travellers moved onto the site.
Around 35 travellers in between 7 and 12 caravans moved on to the grounds of the former hospital in Birmingham at the weekend.
The University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust, which runs the site, is taking legal advice about eviction.
Officials say they have turned off power on safety grounds. Around 300 administrative staff working at the hospital will be relocated to other sites until the travellers have moved.
Workers across the Midlands have joined a national walkout as the row over pay continues.
The Government say they cannot afford the recommended 1% pay rise.
Strike action is taking place until 11am in protest at the Government's refusal.
Nurses, midwives and paramedics are now on strike across the Midlands.
The walk out will take place for four hours until 11am in protest at the Government's refusal to accept a recommended 1% wage rise for all NHS employees.
The government has previously said it cannot afford the recommended rise.
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