A former police officer whose wife died five weeks after bowel surgery said he was “knocked sideways completely” when he received an anonymous letter highlighting blunders in her treatment.
Thousands of high earners could end up being given a tax break as part of efforts to get doctors to take on more shifts, it is being reported.
High earners could end up being given pension tax breaks as part of efforts to get doctors to take on more shifts, The Times has reported.
The NHS’s mental health chief has called for bookmakers to end tactics that are helping fuel the UK’s gambling addiction crisis.
High earners could end up being given pension tax breaks as part of efforts to get doctors to take on more shifts, it is being reported.
Boris Johnson has conceded NHS waiting times are “unacceptable” in the face of demands from Jeremy Corbyn for action to help patients.
Mesh implants for hernia repair are being used on NHS patients without adequate clinical evidence, according to an investigation.
America is not seeking to “buy” the NHS in a post-Brexit trade deal, US ambassador to the UK Woody Johnson has insisted.
Increasing numbers of patients are waiting more than four hours to be seen at A&E departments, which also saw a record number of attendances and ambulance callouts in December.
The NHS experienced its busiest month on record in December with an unprecedented number of A&E attendances and ambulance call-outs.
Thousands of “burned out” nurses have taken to picket lines in Northern Ireland as one-day strike action brings some health services to a standstill.
Thousands of nurses in Northern Ireland have started another day of strike action in a row over pay.
Almost 900 “excess deaths” are thought to have occurred during the heatwaves of summer 2019, official data shows.
The Department of Health has urged trade unions to return to talks ahead of planned strike action this week.
More than 100 admissions have been made for adults and children seeking treatment at a north-east eating disorder clinic in the last five years, new figures have shown.
The Government will use £40 million to help cut the “ridiculous” waste of time caused by slow computer logins plaguing NHS staff.
Former Scotland international footballer Ian Wilson has launched a fundraising drive in an effort to deliver a personal thank you to those who helped to save his life.
Children with rare diseases in England are among the first in the world to be receiving a form of DNA testing that can improve and speed up diagnoses.
There has been a 37% rise in hospital admissions for eating disorders in just two years, new figures show.
An artificial intelligence programme has been developed which can detect breast cancer from mammograms better than experts, a study found.
NHS England has announced plans aimed at preventing up to 16,500 emergency hospital admissions for headaches and migraines each year.
The first images have been released of a £56.3 million elective care centre planned for an Aberdeen hospital.
Free parking for thousands of NHS patients and visitors will begin being rolled out in England from April.
The NHS is hoping that a new pre-treatment fitness programme will lead to better odds of survival for thousands of cancer patients.
NHS boards have faced 117 cyber attacks, with one facing an offensive from North Korea, in the past five years.
One of England’s top doctors says community schemes run by professional football clubs for people with dementia will help extend and improve lives.
Boris Johnson and Jeremy Corbyn have paid tribute to NHS staff and other public servants working through the holidays in their annual Christmas messages.
A married couple who will be working in a hospital over Christmas say the festive shifts have a “special atmosphere”.
A new screening system for sepsis in newborns currently being trialled in the UK is 30% less effective than the process already used by the NHS, according to a new study.
A north-east NHS stalwart has left the health body after a career spanning more than half a century.