Donna Morris, who works at Princess Alexandra Hospital in Harlow, is one of three finalists in her category in the Advancing Healthcare Awards.
Issue arises after Affinity Water decision not to replace worn-out water softener at treatment plant serving Saffron Walden area.
To celebrate the benefits of being outdoors the Friends of Castle, Southern Country and Pishiobury parks have organised community activities.
Tom Abell has been appointed chief executive of the East of England Ambulance Service Trust, which covers Herts and Essex.
12 successful applicants for PAH and Anglia Ruskin uni’s 4-year training scheme could become registered nurses with degrees and no student debt.
Currently, the Government proposes that all passengers – even those returning from the lowest risk 'green' destinations – will have to be screened.
The Local-O service – consisting of teams from the county and district councils – is now primarily responsible rather than NHS Test and Trace.
Across Herts, 51.54% of the population (536,780) have received at least one dose and in East Herts 54.28% have been jabbed at least once.
Herts director of public health Professor Jim McManus says he's convinced benefits of jab outweigh any danger.
Stansted mum-of-three Stephanie Cogan wants to help men and women feel better about themselves without resorting to surgery.
Midwives Gloria Annor Machado and Anna Crout special guests on Giovanna Fletcher's New Mum, New Baby: The Virtual Meetup.
Stortford man James Gavin, 44, was diagnosed with crippling neurological disorder FND – and now his family's world has changed forever.
Prof Jim McManus: "We're in a race between the new variants which will keep emerging and the vaccine. We need to give the vaccine a helping hand."
Bishop's Stortford-based mental wellbeing organisation Retune resumed face-to-face workshops with a visit to the primary school.
Babies lost in the first 24 weeks of pregnancy can now be taken to hospital by ambulance with compassion and sensitivity.