Sir Leonard Fenwick has been fired for gross misconduct.
Theresa May says the UK’s mental health services are ‘patchy’ and vows to review them.
The Central and North West London NHS Foundation Trust has been rated ‘good’ by the Care Quality Commission (CQC).
Public Health England (PHE) announces plans to consider the evidence, set guidelines and closely monitor progress on calorie reduction.
Bolton NHS Foundation Trust has signed a £30 million contract for enhanced digital solutions to improve patient care and outcomes.
East Midlands Ambulance Service has announced the trial of its first electric fast response vehicle in the service.
Colchester Hospital University NHS Foundation Trust and The Ipswich Hospital NHS Trust will meet to discuss the future of their partnership.
The number of people who self-reported quitting smoking using NHS Stop Smoking Services has fallen for a fifth year in a row.
Practices across Hull and East Riding are trialling an digital consultation system that will enable patients to submit their symptoms to a GP electronically.
51 per cent of family members say it is difficult to complain about the hospital care or treatment of an older relative.
Only two in three doctors currently completing their GP training plan to work in NHS general practice upon qualifying.
For the third time in three years, Lewisham and Greenwich NHS Trust has been instructed to improve patient care by the CQC.
The CQC has found a number of improvements at Shrewsbury and Telford Hospital NHS Trust.
Recent NHS performance figures show that patients waiting for planned operations has topped four million for the first time in a decade.
Wales' public services watchdog has warned that the ‘ongoing rise’ in complaints about the health service in Wales ‘is concerning’.
NHS Digital has signed a new agreement with Microsoft to detect cyber threats to outdated IT systems.
Nurses have warned that those who do not take up the offer to be vaccinated against meningitis are putting themselves at unnecessary risk.
New modules encouraging NHS organisations to learn from and collaborate with universities and local authorities will take place later this year.
Thousands of women have had surgery to have vaginal mesh implants removed in the past decade, NHS figures obtained by the Guardian show.
As of July, 20 separate NHS trusts and independent hospitals in the UK had detected Candida auris.