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Widow of Terrington St Clement man who took his own life felt 'scared for his safety and wellbeing' upon hospital discharge

Widow of Terrington St Clement man who took his own life felt 'scared for his safety and wellbeing' upon hospital discharge

Widow of Terrington St Clement man who took his own life felt 'scared for his safety and wellbeing' upon hospital discharge

24 January 2021

Lawyers investigate care Timothy Wood was given before tragedy


Southery baby bank makes neonatal donation for QEH

Southery baby bank makes neonatal donation for QEH

Southery baby bank makes neonatal donation for QEH

23 January 2021

The group was set up by two mums.


Norfolk and Suffolk NHS to showcase suicide prevention course for carers across the UK

Norfolk and Suffolk NHS to showcase suicide prevention course for carers across the UK

Norfolk and Suffolk NHS to showcase suicide prevention course for carers across the UK

22 January 2021

The course will teach carers of 'high risk' service users how to 'step back safely' with new project


Exclusive: We spent a day at the COVID19 front line at the QEH King's Lynn

Exclusive: We spent a day at the COVID19 front line at the QEH King's Lynn

Exclusive: We spent a day at the COVID19 front line at the QEH King's Lynn

21 January 2021

We saw first hand the devastating effects of the virus on patients and staff.


Key worker’s struggle to find support for her son

Key worker’s struggle to find support for her son

Key worker’s struggle to find support for her son

21 January 2021

The school has responded to the parent's concerns as she fears having to quit her job.


Dental access ‘frightening’, says MP on ongoing battle

Dental access ‘frightening’, says MP on ongoing battle

Dental access ‘frightening’, says MP on ongoing battle

21 January 2021

Anger over delayed response from Department of Health to acknowledge letter from county council.


New consultancy service for children's mental health in West Norfolk

New consultancy service for children's mental health in West Norfolk

New consultancy service for children's mental health in West Norfolk

21 January 2021

Mother set up the service after frustration with the criteria to access support.


Café and larger foodbank as part of renovation work

Café and larger foodbank as part of renovation work

Café and larger foodbank as part of renovation work

20 January 2021

The work is expected to take three months to complete, but the foodbank will continue.


Ambulance service chief steps down due to ill health

Ambulance service chief steps down due to ill health

Ambulance service chief steps down due to ill health

20 January 2021

Dorothy Hosein has stood down as chief executive of the East of England Ambulance Service.


Virtual skydiving and rollercoaster fun for nursing home residents

Virtual skydiving and rollercoaster fun for nursing home residents

Virtual skydiving and rollercoaster fun for nursing home residents

19 January 2021

Virtual reality equipment purchased for residents to enjoy.


NHS offers pandemic help for Norfolk parents

NHS offers pandemic help for Norfolk parents

NHS offers pandemic help for Norfolk parents

19 January 2021

A web series has been devised to help make sense of the pandemic


Vaccination programme going well says surgery

Vaccination programme going well says surgery

Vaccination programme going well says surgery

18 January 2021

It is playing its full part the national effort to get on top of the coronavirus pandemic.


Vital nebulisers donated to St.James Medical Practice by King's Lynn Round Table

Vital nebulisers donated to St.James Medical Practice by King's Lynn Round Table

Vital nebulisers donated to St.James Medical Practice by King's Lynn Round Table

18 January 2021

The nebuliser compressors can be used to administer drugs in mist form


Don’t be blue – have a brew, say GTR and Samaritans as 60 railway colleagues are recognised for rescuing vulnerable people

Don’t be blue – have a brew, say GTR and Samaritans as 60 railway colleagues are recognised for rescuing vulnerable people

Don’t be blue – have a brew, say GTR and Samaritans as 60 railway colleagues are recognised for rescuing vulnerable people

18 January 2021

Blue Monday recognised as the most challenging day of the year


West Norfolk dental crisis 'made worse' by Covid', MP warns

West Norfolk dental crisis 'made worse' by Covid', MP warns

West Norfolk dental crisis 'made worse' by Covid', MP warns

16 January 2021

Ministers have been urged to make commitments to improving the level of provision.


Family’s fury over care for Maxie, 82

Family’s fury over care for Maxie, 82

Family’s fury over care for Maxie, 82

15 January 2021

The hospital says a treatment programme has been agreed after family concerns.


QEH joins vital breast cancer research trial

QEH joins vital breast cancer research trial

QEH joins vital breast cancer research trial

14 January 2021

It has become the first district general in Europe to enrol volunteers for the trial.


Care service restored in town for lockdown

Care service restored in town for lockdown

Care service restored in town for lockdown

14 January 2021

Marketing director says there was 'inevitable anxiety' ahead of the reopening.


Big increase in calls to Childline during pandemic

Big increase in calls to Childline during pandemic

Big increase in calls to Childline during pandemic

14 January 2021

Helplines kept busy during lockdown.


Senior hospital worker appointed to key role at new King's Lynn School of Nursing

Senior hospital worker appointed to key role at new King's Lynn School of Nursing

Senior hospital worker appointed to key role at new King's Lynn School of Nursing

13 January 2021

The move has been made ahead of the expected start of teaching work later this year.


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