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Football coach tackles marathon to raise money for cancer care

Football coach tackles marathon to raise money for cancer care

Football coach tackles marathon to raise money for cancer care

A local football coach has given a £1,000 boost to cancer care at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital.


QEH nurse Betty retires after 56 years of caring for patients

QEH nurse Betty retires after 56 years of caring for patients

QEH nurse Betty retires after 56 years of caring for patients

A staff nurse at Lynn’s Queen Elizabeth Hospital’s day surgery unit will hang up her uniform after dedicating more than 56 years to nursing today.


QEH promises to maintain emergency care during doctors’ strike

QEH promises to maintain emergency care during doctors’ strike

QEH promises to maintain emergency care during doctors’ strike

The QEH has promised to maintain emergency and life-preserving care during the five days of doctors' strikes that started on Thursday.


Ted brings smiles to patient’s faces at hospital as its new therapy dog

Ted brings smiles to patient’s faces at hospital as its new therapy dog

Ted brings smiles to patient’s faces at hospital as its new therapy dog

Staying in a hospital can be a stressful time, but Ted the cockapoo has been doing the rounds to boost moral.


‘Little Lifts’ for breast cancer patients as they receive care packages

‘Little Lifts’ for breast cancer patients as they receive care packages

‘Little Lifts’ for breast cancer patients as they receive care packages

Cancer patients at a town hospital are receiving little gifts to help uplift their spirits.


Putting carers on the map

Putting carers on the map

Putting carers on the map

In her monthly Ward Round column, hospital CEO Alice Webster talks about carers and the important role they play.


Your letters on megafarm, schools under closure threat and hospice funding

Your letters on megafarm, schools under closure threat and hospice funding

Your letters on megafarm, schools under closure threat and hospice funding

Here are the letters from the Lynn News of Friday, June 21, 2024.

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Band boosts hospital’s breast care unit which supported Helen through cancer journey

Band boosts hospital’s breast care unit which supported Helen through cancer journey

Band boosts hospital’s breast care unit which supported Helen through cancer journey

A town band has used its musical talent to raise money for a hospital’s breast care unit following one band member’s cancer journey.


Labour candidate praises party pledge to rebuild Lynn’s hospital

Labour candidate praises party pledge to rebuild Lynn’s hospital

Labour candidate praises party pledge to rebuild Lynn’s hospital

North West Norfolk’s Labour candidate has praised the party’s pledge to see the Queen Elizabeth Hospital rebuild through.

3

Labour commits to rebuilding hospital in town

Labour commits to rebuilding hospital in town

Labour commits to rebuilding hospital in town

Two crumbling hospitals in Norfolk will be rebuilt under Keir Starmer’s government, Labour has promised.

7

Chance to learn life-saving skills at free training session

Chance to learn life-saving skills at free training session

Chance to learn life-saving skills at free training session

Villagers in West Norfolk are being offered the chance to learn life-saving skills thanks to a community foundation.


West Norfolk youngsters urged to use fake tan instead of sunbeds ahead of prom season

West Norfolk youngsters urged to use fake tan instead of sunbeds ahead of prom season

West Norfolk youngsters urged to use fake tan instead of sunbeds ahead of prom season

Youngsters in West Norfolk are being warned to turn away from sunbeds in a bid to avoid skin cancer.

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NHS announces 16 hospitals in East of England to roll out ‘Martha’s Rule’ in next step of major patient safety initiative

NHS announces 16 hospitals in East of England to roll out ‘Martha’s Rule’ in next step of major patient safety initiative

NHS announces 16 hospitals in East of England to roll out ‘Martha’s Rule’ in next step of major patient safety initiative

The NHS has announced the 143 hospital sites that will test and roll out Martha’s Rule in its first year, with 16 of them in the East of England.


Celebrations as £700,000 sports pavilion plan gets green light

Celebrations as £700,000 sports pavilion plan gets green light

Celebrations as £700,000 sports pavilion plan gets green light

A community is celebrating after plans to build a £700,000 sports pavilion — which will make a ’massive difference’ to residents — were passed.


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