Inquest into death of Lacey-Marie Poton is the seventh to take place into the care of child heart patients at Bristol Children's Hospital.Read the full story ›
An inquest has heard an emotional account from the mother of a four-month-old baby who lost her life at Bristol Children's hospital.
Lacey-Marie Poton was born with a complex heart condition and had 3 operations at Bristol. Her mother Emma Norley, who's from Fishponds, told the inquest this morning she felt her baby was too sick to be sent home.
The mother of a baby girl who died after heart surgery at Bristol Children's Hospital has spoken of her anguish ahead of today's inquest into her daughter's death.
Four-month-old Lacey-Marie Poton suffered a cardiac arrest after she was discharged from hospital in July 2013.
Her mother Emma Norley, who's from Bristol, hopes the two-day inquest will shed light on her unanswered questions.
Katie Rowlett reports:
An inquest will begin today into the death of a 12 day old baby at Bristol Children's Hospital.
Harley Pascoe was born with half a heart. His operation was cancelled five times because - his parents were told - he wasn't ill enough to need it urgently.
Harley is among 32 babies and children who have died on Ward 32 - Bristol Children's Hospital's cardiac unit
A 10 year old boy has been taken to hospital after a fall at Cheddar Gorge in Somerset.
Emergency crews were called out at 5 o'clock yesterday after the boy fell ten feet down steps. Ropes and a stretcher were used to rescue him and he was airlifted to Bristol Children's Hospital with a suspected head injury and a broken leg.
The mother of a severely disabled child is calling on a hospital trust to rethink its new parking arrangements after claiming she was turned away during a visit there.
Sandra Tomlinson-Cray says provision at Bristol Children's Hospital for people like her daughter is woefully inadequate. Her campaigning has now won her a meeting with the hospital's chief executive. Richard Payne reports.
An independent review into alleged neglect at Bristol Children's Hospital is to be made public later this morning. It follows concern about the treatment of newborn babies and young children who died or suffered complications after treatment for heart problems.
The review was ordered by Sir Bruce Keogh medical director of NHS England.
Children with heart problems have often been given conflicting advice about whether they can exercise, and what type of activity is safe. But that's now changed.
The charity Heart Research UK has launched an exercise toolkit in Bristol, meaning young cardiac patients across the country can be given a prescription for the kind of physical activity that will suit them best. Ken Goodwin reports.
The Trust that looks after Bristol Children's Hospital is paying a private Public Relations company more than 10,000 pounds a month. Its using the firm to handle media enquiries relating to its children's heart unit.
The hospital has come under increased scrutiny since a review began into their paediatric cardiac services.
More than 10 families whose children were treated there, have accused the hospital of neglect and mistreatment. This exclusive report from our Health Correspondent Katie Rowlett.
The parents of four-year-old Sean Turner, who died six weeks after having heart surgery at the Bristol Children's Hospital, say they are shocked that the Trust is paying a private PR firm to deal with enquiries about its children's heart unit.
We are shocked Bristol are spending that amount of money on PR with regard to media around cardiac services ahead of the Kennedy Review which seems a bit underhand.We would question what children's services are going without financially in order to pay for outside PR company when they do have their own internal media people