Patients at stretched A&E at a north London hospital told to go home and return in the morning unless they had a "life-threatening illness".Read the full story ›
The four-year-old underwent an auditory brainstem implant (ABI) two years ago - now her brain has adapted to hear sounds for the first time.Read the full story ›
Peter Morris stepped down as chief executive of Barts Health NHS Trust in February. He was paid £280,000-a-year.Read the full story ›
The Parliamentary and Health Service Ombudsman has published more than 200 summaries of investigations it carried out between July and September 2014 - 16 of which are in Greater London, the second highest region in England.
The Ombudsman Service investigates complaints about the NHS in England and UK government departments and their agencies.
Around three quarters of staff at the London Ambulance Service are expected to go on strike today between 7am and 11am.
The action is part of an an ongoing row over pay. Four weeks ago 77% of staff joined the picket line in protest at not receiving a recommended 1% pay rise.
LAS says contingency plans are in place to provide a service for London during strike action. The plans include support from the police and military personnel. Ambulances will only be sent to cases that most seriously need paramedic assistance.
If a major incident in London happens during strike action, staff have agreed to return to work.
London North West NHS Trust had the country's worst waiting times for two weeks running in October. More than 3,500 patients had to wait for more than four hours to be seen.
According to an analysis of NHS data by London Assembly Labour Group Health Spokesperson, Dr Onkar Sahota AM, the system is 'breaking under the strain' since the closures of Hammersmith and Central Middlesex A&Es two months ago.
The Ministry of Defence has confirmed it will provide military drivers to support London's ambulance service during a strike by NHS staff. The Unison union says its members will walk out for four hours on Monday and ambulance staff will be asked to refuse overtime work from Tuesday to Friday.
We can confirm that the Ministry of Defence is providing support to the Department of Health during the 13 October industrial action by some trade unions. This assistance involves the provision of military drivers to support the London and the North West Ambulance Services.
Protests are planned across London today to protest against the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership deal between the EU and USA. There is concern that the deal David Cameron is pushing for will bring increased privatisation to the NHS.
36% of Londoners said that private healthcare providers have too much influence over the NHS according to a YouGov poll. Campaigners will be asking people who are worried about this to write to their local MEPs against the TTIP. The deal is said to force the NHS open to competition from American private healthcare providers.
Just under a third of NHS Trusts throughout the capital have failed to reach A&E targets for four weeks running, new figures have found.Read the full story ›