Following recent hospital inspections, the CQC has rated Southend University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust as Requires Improvement.
New figures have revealed that there has been a substantial increase in the number of EU nurses and midwives leaving the register.
A new treatment for non-cancerous enlargement of the prostate, known as prostate artery embolisation, has been recommended for use by the NHS.
Nearly nine out of 10 women at risk of developing breast cancer reject a preventative treatment that could cut the chances of it forming.
The BMA has reiterated the need for proper funding for general practice, saying the service risks collapsing if current pressures are not addressed
The Citizens' Assembly on Social Care, commissioned by Parliament, will work together to consider the best way to fund adult social care.
NHS Digital's Chief Nurse says there is a great opportunity to use technology to accelerate the contribution community nurses make to patient care.
A project which links the EPR systems at West Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust and Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust has gone live.
Vaughan Gething has confirmed the NHS bursary will be extended in Wales for students starting their studies in September 2019.
New plans to provide children living with alcoholic parents fast access to support has been announced by Jeremy Hunt.
The number of frontline ambulance staff being sexually assaulted at work has almost trebled in the last five years.
A pilot system has proven successful in making it easier for GPs to understand the waiting times at hospitals for their patients.
Digital infrastructure delays and reduced training budgets are holding back the deployment of the UK’s world-leading genomics capabilities in the NHS.
Nottingham Children’s Hospital has become the first children’s service in the UK to have electronic sepsis screening of its patients.
A survey has revealed that, despite not having adequate training or proper supervision, healthcare assistants are being expected to do the work of nurses.
BBC analysis of official figures has revealed that English hospitals have recruited managers at a higher rate than doctors and nurses.
Keeping donated livers alive in a normothermic perfusion machine prior to transplants increases the chances of a successful operation.
Two Cumbrian trusts have announced that they will begin sharing one joint public board meeting to work towards enhancing services.
The Dudley Group NHS Foundation Trust has been rated as Requires Improvement following inspections into five core services by the CQC.
Pregnant women and new mothers in a quarter of the UK still cannot access lifesaving specialist perinatal mental health services.