CQC has rated the services provided by Ipswich Hospital NHS Trust as ‘good’ following inspections between August and October 2017.
North East London NHS Foundation Trust has been rated ‘good’ overall by the CQC following inspections in October and November 2017.
Emergency hospital consultants in Wales have claimed both NHS Wales and the social care sector are ‘severely and chronically under-resourced’.
The UK is facing its worst flu season for seven years, new figures reveal.
Additional funding, aimed to help the NHS get on a financially sustainable footing, has instead been spent on coping with existing pressures, the NAO has said.
Pressures on busy A&E units have begun to ease in England but hospitals are still over-crowded, NHS figures show.
A New Year Healthcheck has been launched by NHS SBS to provide free expert advice to NHS organisations on finding new back office savings in 2018.
A deal between the NHS and the Home Office to trace immigration offenders is putting pregnant women and slavery victims at risk, MPs are warned.
Medical staff at Royal Manchester Children’s Hospital have warned ‘dangerous staffing levels’ have put patients in its critical care unit at risk.
A group of MPs is urging doctors to offer blood tests to people with one or more potential symptom of blood cancer.
Calls for cuts to NHS’s Continuing Healthcare funding packages could put patient safety at risk, the Commons public accounts committee has warned.
One in 10 nurses leave the NHS in England each year, new figures reveal.
Rising A&E attendance rates are driven by patients’ long term health conditions, and are not related to lack of GP provision.
A ‘revolution’ in the way health and social care is delivered in Wales is urgently needed to prevent further decline of services.
Kings Fund reveals that physical health services are still receiving larger budgets, five years after the government promised ‘parity of esteem’.
Undergraduate medical students are being urged to help in hospitals in order to relieve pressure on the NHS.
Childbirth services at a North East hospital are to resume following a suspension due to staff shortages.
The heads of 12 health unions have joined forces to make a plea to the Health Secretary to give the NHS an emergency funding boost.
The CQC has rated a north London mental health and community trust as ‘requires improvement’ overall following an inspection.
More and more European Union-trained ambulance staff are quitting the NHS, raising fears of a Brexit drain from the service.