Number in East and North Herts waiting over six weeks for echocardiograms rocketed from 22 in February 2020 to 772 in September 2021.
Bishop's Stortford Breathe Easy Group, for people living with a lung condition, meets the third Thursday of every month at the Charis Centre.
Katie Callaghan launched her Cards For Bravery scheme after realising how receiving a greetings card could cheer young patients.
Three Stortford causes receive grants totalling £2,150 from Herts County Council duo's £15,000 locality budgets.
Kar Teoh was honoured for his study aimed at improving the recovery of patients with unstable ankle fractures as a result of osteoporosis.
The Causeway facility is one of nine across Hertfordshire to offer the kits in bid to help residents stay well this winter.
UNISON Eastern regional organiser Nalin Cooke said: "Social care has hurtled past crisis point. Staff are underpaid and undervalued."
"Thanks to the 87,317 people in Hertford and Stortford who've come forward to get their jabs, we've been able to make progress towards normal life."
Surgeries in Stortford, Sawbo and Much Hadham among first in the country to adopt model of a young people's social prescribing service.
East Herts Council and operator Everyone Active have teamed up to create a £22m state-of-the-art facility for fitness fans of every age.
Stortford MP Julie Marson joins call in House of Commons for better healthcare for menopausal women.
The grade II listed Dunmow Road home, with 42 single and two double bedrooms, has undergone a £1.8m refurbishment in the past five years.
County council teams up with charity to give each of its 78 members chance to help one community group claim up to £1,200 to buy a defib.
The continuing pandemic has prompted Herts County Council to prepare a winter health guide to be delivered to every home in November.
"The virtual clinic is designed to improve our patients' experience so that they are not required to attend for multiple face-to-face assessments."