The new £48 million state of the art emergency department at Leicester Royal Infirmary has opened following two and a half years of work.
UNISON has claimed that some hospitals are charging NHS staff ‘extortionate’ fees of nearly £100 a month to park.
The RCPCH has revealed that specialist children's wards are having to temporarily close due to severe staff shortages.
Researchers from University College London have developed a new eye exam which might detect glaucoma a decade before symptoms appear.
South Tyneside NHS Trust has offered its ‘sincere apologies’ to the relatives of people whose organs and tissue samples were kept without their families' knowledge.
A unique womb-like environment designed by paediatric researchers at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP) has successfully mimicked the prenatal fluid-filled environment to give pre-term newborn lambs more time to develop their lungs and other organs.
A legal dispute between councils and health boards in Wales over who should pay for nurses who deliver social care in residential homes has reached the Supreme Court.
Research published in the European Heart Journal has shown that drinking lots of alcohol in a short space of time could disrupt the rhythm of the heart.
A survey conducted by Cardiff University has shown that injuries from violence in England and Wales fell ‘substantially’ in 2016.
A new report from The King’s Fund has outlined that the complexity of the health system in England is holding back progress in meeting the needs of people with HIV.
Research published in the British Journal of Sports Medicine has suggested that doing moderate exercise several times per week is the best way to keep the mind sharp if you’re over 50.
A Pulse investigation has found that five clinical commissioning groups (CCGs) in England are planning to cut spending on mental health services in 2017/18, despite pledges by NHS England to increase spending in line with physical health spending.
Research conducted by UCL, the University of Cambridge, the University of Exeter and Public Health England has highlighted that 34 per cent of cancer patients diagnosed as an emergency in England had not consulted their doctor beforehand.
The Royal College of Midwives (RCM) has highlighted the findings of an NHS England report which found race discrimination still persists in the profession.
Croydon Health Services NHS Trust has agreed a contract with G4S, worth £41 million, to provide cleaning services to eight sites from 8 May 2017.
It has been revealed that a hospital patient has been waiting nearly four years to leave hospital after being declared fit for discharge.
The World Health Organization has revealed that Ghana, Kenya and Malawi will see the world's first vaccine against malaria introduced in 2018.
New figures from Cancer Research UK have revealed that approximately 20,000 kidney cancer cases have been caused by obesity over the last decade.
The Department of Health has announced funding of £55.98 million to ease pressure on emergency departments in time for next winter.
A study conducted by Agence nationale de sécurité du médicament et des Produits de Santé (ANSM), France's National Agency for the Safety of Medicines, has warned that a drug given to pregnant women for epilepsy and bipolar disorder caused ‘serious malformations’ in up to 4,100 children.