A British military ship carrying supplies and off road vehicles has arrived in Ebola-hit Sierra LeoneRead the full story ›
A brand new £2 million helipad is being built at Plymouth's Derriford Hospital.
The improvements means Cornwall's air ambulance will be able to fly critically-ill patients to the region's major trauma centre at night. A ceremony is taking place this afternoon to celebrate the new facility.
A hospital in Plymouth will become the first in the UK to offer free do-it-yourself HIV testing kits.Read the full story ›
An inquest into the death of a 12-day-old boy has heard how his operation was postponed five times at Bristol Children's Hospital.Read the full story ›
An inquest will begin today into the death of a 12-day-old baby from Cornwall.
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 ship from a West African country hit by the deadly Ebola virus will be docking in Falmouth next month.Read the full story ›
Three Devon MPs are calling for plans to close beds at a number of community hospitals to be re-considered.
The Clinical Commissioning Group of Mid & North Devon are currently consulting over proposals to lose beds at a number of hospitals - including Axminster, Ottery St Mary and Tiverton.
Mel Stride, Neil Parrish and Hugo Swire are now seeking a meeting with the Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt to discuss the matter.
The medical ship RFA Argus has left Falmouth on its way to Sierra Leone to help in the fight against ebola.
The ship is packed with food, medical equipment and thousands of bottles of water but ebola patients won't be brought on board because of the risk of spreading the virus.
There's been a call for the Health Secretary to investigate claims about botched eye operations at a hospital in Somerset.
Lawyers acting for patients who were treated for cataracts at a mobile clinic in the grounds of Musgrove Park hospital say more than 30 people suffered complications. The operations were carried out by a private firm contracted by the NHS.
Labour say the government needs to investigate why the operations weren't stopped as soon as concerns were raised.
Here's the Shadow Health Minister Andrew Gwynne