The NHS will struggle more this winter than last winter because hospitals have failed to free up enough beds, NHSI has warned.
The NHS has received criticism for forcing patients who need an operation to wait at least three months before they can undergo surgery.
East London NHS Foundation Trust (ELFT) has been announced as the new provider for Bedfordshire’s Community Health Services.
The LSE and the RCS have announced that they have achieved contract completion on the purchase of Nuffield Building.
Patients are set to benefit from a £1 million investment bringing ‘virtual eye clinics’ to Bolton.
The NHS in Gloucestershire is launching its winter campaign as the NHS prepares for winter.
Nearly three out of four nurses say they feel financially worse off than they did five years ago.
NICE has recommended two new drugs for routine funding after the companies lowered its prices and gave more evidence for their effectiveness.
The LDU and the HPU have launched a campaign against unlawful implementation of IR35 tax legislation.
South Tees Hospital NHS Foundation Trust has reached an important milestone by recruiting its 100th patient to a cancer trial.
Paramedics and nurses may provide support to a troubled provider of an out-of-hours GP service in Somerset.
The fight to save general practice is a fight to save the whole of the NHS, the BMA GPs committee chair Richard Vautrey has warned.
This winter, in order for the NHS to meet its four hour A&E target, at least £360 million may be needed, new analysis has revealed.
Many A&E units, GP surgeries and walk-in centres are to close because of the NHS’s money problems, understaffing and modernisation plan.
People with an eating disorder are waiting as long as five years to start treatment on the NHS, putting their recovery on hold, new report says.
A new service that helps armed forces veterans get quicker access to mental health support has been launched in Sussex.
South East Coast Ambulance Service is to introduce a new set of ambulance response standards aimed at delivering the quickest response possible.
Sheffield Health and Social Care staff have been implementing new models of in-patient care for mental health service users so they are not sent out of the city.
A new piece of equipment which allows disabled people to get in the Hydrotherapy Pool at RJAH has been purchased by the hospital’s League of Friends.
As part of a new campaign, a display of 20 empty shoes will be helping to stress the importance for diabetics to have daily foot checks.