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LATEST: King's Lynn hospital chief executive leaves role

LATEST: King's Lynn hospital chief executive leaves role

LATEST: King's Lynn hospital chief executive leaves role

05 December 2018

Jon Green is set to take up a secondment role at the Norfolk and Norwich Hospital

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More appointments offered under West Norfolk GP access plan

More appointments offered under West Norfolk GP access plan

More appointments offered under West Norfolk GP access plan

05 December 2018

Appointments will be available in the evenings and at weekends under the scheme


Terrington St John care home saved from closure in dementia plan

Terrington St John care home saved from closure in dementia plan

Terrington St John care home saved from closure in dementia plan

05 December 2018

Burman House will remain open following a consultation on its future


King's Lynn school pupils embrace new road safety signs

King's Lynn school pupils embrace new road safety signs

King's Lynn school pupils embrace new road safety signs

04 December 2018

Howard Junior School in Gaywood has invested in a batch of new signs to further enhance road safety around the site.


Major rise in online prescribing across West Norfolk

Major rise in online prescribing across West Norfolk

Major rise in online prescribing across West Norfolk

04 December 2018

Major rise in online NHS prescriptions across West Norfolk


West Norfolk suffers 30% fall in applications to be a nurse

West Norfolk suffers 30% fall in applications to be a nurse

West Norfolk suffers 30% fall in applications to be a nurse

03 December 2018

Government cuts to bursaries blamed


Winter vomiting bug measures in place at The Queen Elizabeth Hospital

Winter vomiting bug measures in place at The Queen Elizabeth Hospital

Winter vomiting bug measures in place at The Queen Elizabeth Hospital

03 December 2018

People with suspected Norovirus symptoms urged to stay away from King's Lynn hospital


King's Lynn's Chatterton House staff ‘proud’ as new mental health facility begins to take shape

King's Lynn's Chatterton House staff ‘proud’ as new mental health facility begins to take shape

King's Lynn's Chatterton House staff ‘proud’ as new mental health facility begins to take shape

30 November 2018

A £4m project to centralise adult acute mental health services in Lynn is well underway, with the new Chatterton House facility set to open next year


QEH close to exceeding safe bed capacity limits

QEH close to exceeding safe bed capacity limits

QEH close to exceeding safe bed capacity limits

28 November 2018

Summer heatwave put King's Lynn hospital under strain


Norfolk's mental health trust stays in special measures

Norfolk's mental health trust stays in special measures

Norfolk's mental health trust stays in special measures

28 November 2018

Changes have not been quick enough to remove 'inadequate' rating


Poll: Are you struggling to access a NHS dentist as British Dental Association says King's Lynn NHS coverage is 'a scandal'

Poll: Are you struggling to access a NHS dentist as British Dental Association says King's Lynn NHS coverage is 'a scandal'

Poll: Are you struggling to access a NHS dentist as British Dental Association says King's Lynn NHS coverage is 'a scandal'

27 November 2018

Patients 'having to cover 60 miles to Boston for treatment'

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Committee says it is against the proposal to move cancer care from King's Lynn hospital

Committee says it is against the proposal to move cancer care from King's Lynn hospital

Committee says it is against the proposal to move cancer care from King's Lynn hospital

27 November 2018

Members of Lynn's Queen Elizabeth Hospital's HMSC joined together for an extraordinary emergency meeting yesterday.


King's Lynn cancer care move decision delayed

King's Lynn cancer care move decision delayed

King's Lynn cancer care move decision delayed

27 November 2018

Assessments of the controversial idea are continuing, a report has said


Over half of lonely adults in Norfolk and Suffolk fear something will happen to them and no one will notice, new research finds

Over half of lonely adults in Norfolk and Suffolk fear something will happen to them and no one will notice, new research finds

Over half of lonely adults in Norfolk and Suffolk fear something will happen to them and no one will notice, new research finds

26 November 2018

More than half of adults who feel lonely in Norfolk and Suffolk fear something will happen to them and no one will notice.


Illegal traveller caravans in West Norfolk

Illegal traveller caravans in West Norfolk

Illegal traveller caravans in West Norfolk

24 November 2018

Report finds vast majority of caravans in borough are on authorised sites


King's Lynn hospital missed crucial targets, research finds

King's Lynn hospital missed crucial targets, research finds

King's Lynn hospital missed crucial targets, research finds

23 November 2018

The trust which runs Lynn’s Queen Elizabeth Hospital missed three crucial targets in the last few months, research conducted by the BBC has found.


Newly qualified King's Lynn hospital nurse follows in mum’s footsteps

Newly qualified King's Lynn hospital nurse follows in mum’s footsteps

Newly qualified King's Lynn hospital nurse follows in mum’s footsteps

22 November 2018

A newly qualified registered nurse will be following in her mum’s footsteps by caring for patients at Lynn’s Queen Elizabeth Hospital.


West Norfolk family raises hundreds at surprise party to thank King's Lynn hospital staff

West Norfolk family raises hundreds at surprise party to thank King's Lynn hospital staff

West Norfolk family raises hundreds at surprise party to thank King's Lynn hospital staff

20 November 2018

A West Norfolk family has raised hundreds of pounds to thank staff at Lynn’s Queen Elizabeth Hospital’s Neonatal Intensive Care Unit.


King's Lynn firm’s support adds power to disabled fitness club

King's Lynn firm’s support adds power to disabled fitness club

King's Lynn firm’s support adds power to disabled fitness club

16 November 2018

A Lynn man has secured funding for his disabled daughter’s fitness club through his company.


Warnings over infection spread among children in West Norfolk

Warnings over infection spread among children in West Norfolk

Warnings over infection spread among children in West Norfolk

16 November 2018

Staff at a West Norfolk nursery say they are now sterilising toys in a bid to prevent the rapid spread of hand, foot and mouth disease.


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