Bags of Kindness contain biscuits, sweets, soup and hot chocolate as well as blankets, gripper gloves, a thermal hat and a card thermometer.
Over 4,000 patients who need hip and knee surgery, spinal injections and ENT procedures expected to be treated at St Albans hub in its first year.
The Saffron Walden MP and Business and Trade Secretary was giving evidence in her capacity as women and equalities minister.
The children and young people’s team from Stort Valley and Villages Primary Care Network has improved support for families in two main ways.
Millions of women will be able to get the contraceptive pill from their pharmacy in a change to the rules – and here’s how the scheme will work.
The event celebrated the contribution of international nurses and midwives working in the UK.
County council working on new campaign to show wood burning is not cheaper, not environmentally friendly and is a major source of air pollution.
Two new Volvo XC90 Recharge plug-in hybrid SUVs join the pair bought by the helicopter emergency medical service in February 2022.
New hospital near M11 junction 7a is part of Government’s 2019 election pledge to build 40 in England by 2030 at a cost of more than £20 billion.
The ambitious Always There campaign comes as the charity faces increased demand for its care and support as well as rising costs to deliver services.
Suela Porja, now a nursery nurse at Princess Alexandra Hospital NHS Trust, received Chief Midwifery Officer Award in recognition of previous role.
In March, 625 looked-after children (63.9%) were living in Herts compared with 694 youngsters (67.4%) in March last year.
71 complaints to Local Government and Social Care Ombudsman in 2022-23 resulted in financial awards of £77,796, up 278% on previous year’s £20,550.
Care Quality Commission and Ofsted scrutinised services provided by county council and NHS Hertfordshire and West Essex Integrated Care Board.
Percy peacock pops his head in the door as MP Kemi Badenoch officially opens Stansted’s newest dispensing chemist