Approximately 450,000 were not sent invitations for a final test for breast screening between their 68th and 71st birthday since 2009.
As part of the NHS’s 70th birthday celebrations, health staff who have ‘gone over and above the call of duty’ will receive UK-wide recognition.
Labour has said that the Conservative Party’s controversial decision to refuse foreign doctors visas is directly damaging NHS patient care.
90 per cent of councils have cut spending on sexual health, alcohol misuse and weight management services.
Addenbrooke’s Hospital has announced that it has become the first in the UK to bring state-of-the-art liver technology into routine use.
Professor Don Berwick has said that the NHS is better placed to ‘truly integrate care’ than any other global health system.
NHS Supply Chain has reported that its £300 million cash-releasing target has been achieved five months ahead of plan.
Professor Tony Young led a delegation of leading doctors to witness demonstrations of space technology that could be adapted for use in the NHS.
Work is underway on a new energy centre at South Tyneside District Hospital that will enable the trust to reduce carbon emissions.
Young patients in Sheffield will now benefit from new hospital facilities following the opening of a new £40 million hospital wing.
High vacancy rates among specialist cancer nurses means that patients may not be receiving the level of specialist care they need.
A new agreement with Microsoft will ensure all NHS organisations are using the latest Windows 10 software, with updated security.
The Labour Party has said that patient safety at an increasing number of NHS hospitals is at risk because of outstanding maintenance work.
After visas for 100 Indian doctors were refused, health leaders are warning that immigration rules are hindering the NHS’ ability to recruit doctors.
Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt has announced a review into how NHS staff can be trained to use artificial intelligence, genomics and robotics.
The RCPCH has warned that children’s health services are facing a ‘daily struggle’ to meet standards of high quality, safe and consistent care.
Hospitals are using smarter technology to halve the number of cardiac arrests, treat Sepsis patients faster and free up thousands of hours of for staff.
The NHS will need £50 billion extra by 2030 to help cope with an increasing and ageing population and developing technology.
NHS England wants more health professionals to sign up to a pledge to stop the overmedication of people with a learning disability or autism.
Research into a new app that can help predict if a woman is going to give birth prematurely could help reduce unnecessary hospital admissions.