Galloway Community Hospital in Stranraer was found by inspectors to have a good level of cleanliness and safety.Read the full story ›
Visiting restrictions are in place at Cumbrian hospitals in a bit to combat the spread of winter illnesses.Read the full story ›
People in Cumbria are being urged to use their local pharmacies for minor health issues to reduce the pressure on doctors' services.Read the full story ›
Police say an investigation into alleged saline bag tampering at Carlisle's Cumberland Infirmary has concluded.
A woman, from Wigton, who was arrested in connection with the investigation, will face no further action.
The decision was made by the Crown Prosecution Service following a police investigation.
Police said North Cumbria University Hospitals Trust worked closely with officers throughout the investigation, which started in January 2017.
Pay on exit barriers to the patient and visitor car parks at Carlisle's Cumberland Infirmary are being introduced next week.Read the full story ›
Cumbria Partnership NHS Foundation Trust are encouraging those suffering with depression and anxiety to turn to services available to them.Read the full story ›
Inspections at two hospitals found that patients were waiting too long for treatments that led to "serious incidents".Read the full story ›
A hospital in Peebles has been closed to admissions, due to a number of patients experiencing gastrointestinal (GI) symptoms.
NHS Borders says the measure at Hay Lodge Hospital is a precaution, and that routine visits are strongly discouraged.
Relatives and carers are asked to carefully consider their visits, and the general advice is to stay away from any hospital ward if you or anyone in your family has experienced symptoms of diarrhoea and/or vomiting in the past 48 hours.
Primary One pupils with decaying teeth are more likely to have multiple teeth affected than those in any other region.Read the full story ›
The Eden Valley Hospice cares for people with life-limiting illnesses, and their families.
It needs almost £4million a year to cover costs, but their donations dropped after Storm Desmond three years ago.
To mark Hospice Care Week, our reporter Tim Backshall has been to meet some of the patients, staff and volunteers: