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Staff member says sorry to family over the death of 20-year-old

Staff member says sorry to family over the death of 20-year-old

Staff member says sorry to family over the death of 20-year-old

23 April 2024

A healthcare assistant has said sorry to the parents of a girl who died while at the unit where he worked, describing her as a gentle soul.


‘Everyone should have access to healthy fresh food’

‘Everyone should have access to healthy fresh food’

‘Everyone should have access to healthy fresh food’

22 April 2024

In her column, Susan Crosby, portfolio holder for health, wellbeing and leisure, says that everyone should have access to healthy fresh food.

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Free monthly drop-ins for people affected by dementia

Free monthly drop-ins for people affected by dementia

Free monthly drop-ins for people affected by dementia

18 April 2024

A charity is inviting people affected by dementia to attend the first free monthly drop-in session.


Inquest opens into woman found dead at mental health unit

Inquest opens into woman found dead at mental health unit

Inquest opens into woman found dead at mental health unit

16 April 2024

An inquest into the death of a 20-year-old woman found in her room at a mental health clinic has started.

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Team work aims to save lives

Team work aims to save lives

Team work aims to save lives

15 April 2024

Over 23 businesses supported a club to buy medical equipment to save lives in the community.


Breaking barriers and negativity surrounding exercise

Breaking barriers and negativity surrounding exercise

Breaking barriers and negativity surrounding exercise

13 April 2024

A free mental health and exercise coach fest is taking place in over 30 locations in the UK to break down barriers around exercise and promote it.


Specialist nurse appointed to support families with dementia

Specialist nurse appointed to support families with dementia

Specialist nurse appointed to support families with dementia

12 April 2024

A hospital trust has appointed a new admiral nurse who joins a specialist dementia team helping to spread awareness about the condition.


Treatment joy for teenager who was sent home to die

Treatment joy for teenager who was sent home to die

Treatment joy for teenager who was sent home to die

11 April 2024

A teenager given a terminal diagnosis just before Christ-mas has now been told 95% of the cancer gone after experimental treatment.

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Town centre wellbeing business put up for sale

Town centre wellbeing business put up for sale

Town centre wellbeing business put up for sale

09 April 2024

A family business dedicated to physical and mental wellness has been put up for sale.

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More patients turning up to hospital as GPs under ‘immense pressure’

More patients turning up to hospital as GPs under ‘immense pressure’

More patients turning up to hospital as GPs under ‘immense pressure’

05 April 2024

Health leaders are worried that the knock-on effect of people not getting to see a GP is putting a “sustained pressure” on hospitals.

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Hero dad hailed for bringing miracle baby Poppy back to life

Hero dad hailed for bringing miracle baby Poppy back to life

Hero dad hailed for bringing miracle baby Poppy back to life

04 April 2024

A quick-thinking dad was hailed as a ‘hero’ after he stepped in to save his miracle baby’s life.


Hospital handover delays cost ambulances 3,500 hours last month

Hospital handover delays cost ambulances 3,500 hours last month

Hospital handover delays cost ambulances 3,500 hours last month

03 April 2024

Ambulance crews spent 3,500 hours parked outside Nottingham hospitals last month while waiting to hand over their patients.


‘I nearly lost my life so I need to share my ectopic pregnancy story with others’

‘I nearly lost my life so I need to share my ectopic pregnancy story with others’

‘I nearly lost my life so I need to share my ectopic pregnancy story with others’

02 April 2024

A woman whose life was at risk due to an ectopic pregnancy has created a podcast to raise awareness of the dangers this can pose.


Council delays NHS trust’s contract renewal pending watchdog’s review

Council delays NHS trust’s contract renewal pending watchdog’s review

Council delays NHS trust’s contract renewal pending watchdog’s review

30 March 2024

A council has suspended entering into a new contract for children’s health due to an ongoing review ordered after Valdo Calocane’s conviction.


Hospital trust reinstates 24-hour home birth service

Hospital trust reinstates 24-hour home birth service

Hospital trust reinstates 24-hour home birth service

29 March 2024

A hospital will resume its 24-hour home birth service four years after it was first cut.


‘We wanted to be able to offer a lifeline for someone in cardiac arrest, whether that be a student or someone from our community’

‘We wanted to be able to offer a lifeline for someone in cardiac arrest, whether that be a student or someone from our community’

‘We wanted to be able to offer a lifeline for someone in cardiac arrest, whether that be a student or someone from our community’

28 March 2024

School leaders said they wanted to offer a lifeline to students and residents with a new defibrillator for the community.


Hospital teams awarded for support to early pregnancy loss patients

Hospital teams awarded for support to early pregnancy loss patients

Hospital teams awarded for support to early pregnancy loss patients

27 March 2024

A patient who experienced three early pregnancy losses nominated three medical teams for the Mariposa Awards 2024.


Health regulator finds trust requires improvement following conviction of Nottingham killer

Health regulator finds trust requires improvement following conviction of Nottingham killer

Health regulator finds trust requires improvement following conviction of Nottingham killer

26 March 2024

A health regulator has published its findings into how a healthcare trust deals with mental health in the wake of the Nottingham killings last summer.


Technology to keep elderly in own homes for longer could save council £4.5million

Technology to keep elderly in own homes for longer could save council £4.5million

Technology to keep elderly in own homes for longer could save council £4.5million

26 March 2024

Technology which allows elderly people to live in their own homes for longer is expected to save the county council nearly £4.5million.


Rishi Sunak declines to commit to public inquiry into maternity services

Rishi Sunak declines to commit to public inquiry into maternity services

Rishi Sunak declines to commit to public inquiry into maternity services

25 March 2024

While visiting the East Midlands Rishi Sunak declined the opportunity to commit to a public inquiry into maternity services.

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