Bespoke ambulances which have been specially designed to give patients a smoother journey while improving care have started to hit the roads.
Outbreaks of measles have been detected in the east of England in the last year, it can be revealed, as it was announced that the UK has lost its measles-free status.
More than 100,000 sick days were taken by NHS staff in Norfolk last year due to mental health struggles, it can be revealed.
Middle-aged people need to stay physically active if they are to enjoy a fit and healthy retirement, according to a new report from the University of East Anglia.
The number of cases of the life-threatening infection sepsis in Norfolk hospitals has risen by more than 70pc in the last three years.
Three mental health teams are set to be created which will go into schools and offer mental health support, thanks to a £2million cash boost.
More than 25,000 abused and neglected children in Norfolk and Waveney could be sidelined by mental health services.
Health services across Norfolk and Suffolk will benefit from a £135m funding boost as part of the prime minister's £1.8bn cash injection for the NHS.
The region's mental health trust has moved to reassure over care as it was revealed patients were sent to a hospital with "unacceptable" standards.
The region's ambulance service still does not have enough staff to keep patients safe, as bosses were slammed in its latest inspection report.
A bid to overhaul the region's air ambulance bases and ensure the service can run 24 hours a day, seven days a week, has been boosted by a government grant.
Amateur athletes laced up their running shoes to take part in a special race to mark the fifth anniversary of the Great Run Local Southwold.
A midwife is to make an impassioned plea for hospitals to pay for more childbirth assistants in a bid to vastly improve babies' and parents' health.
Hundreds of thousands of pounds is owed to Norfolk's NHS by foreign patients not entitled to free healthcare.
Staff on the frontline of community mental health services are reporting much longer waiting lists than those recorded by bosses.
The last of All Hallows' five care services has been transferred to a new organisation two months on from the hospital's closure.
Three pupils have been diagnosed with the measles following an outbreak of the highly-infectious disease in Norfolk.
Emergency beds for rough sleepers are to be provided in two Suffolk towns as part of a Government-funded £300,000 project to cut the number of vulnerable people on the streets.
A mother has regained her ability to smile after she endured painful facial reconstructive surgery following a rare brain disease.
TV presenter Jeremy Vine joined a group of Norfolk protestors in Westminister to discuss how the benefits system fails people with terminal illness.
Another director has resigned from the region's ambulance trust as a major overhaul of its top management team continues.
Healthcare trusts spent nearly half a million pounds on equipment specifically for obese patients, it can be revealed.
A team supporting GPs in reducing strokes and heart attacks has received national recognition for its work.
A grandmother took on a sponsored swim to thank a surgery for its continued support while she battled cancer.
A person who called for an ambulance 1,136 times in the last 12 months is among dozens of notorious nuisances who are costing the service a fortune, it can be revealed.
The region's ambulance trust received calls from people suffering with sunburn as the service almost reached capacity over the weekend.
Vulnerable youngsters are being "failed by the system", a parent group is warning after a watchdog identified disparities in children's mental health provision across Suffolk and Norfolk.
A Norfolk university is set to host a conference aimed at improving the support delivered to the bereaved across the county.
An event will take place this weekend to raise funds and awareness on mental ill health in Lowestoft.
Staff working in children and young people's mental health were forced to make their own waiting lists as official data was so inaccurate and cases "slipped through the net".
A Lowestoft woman who relied on walking aids before she lost weight has now signed up to tackle a 50 mile challenge.
A careless driver, who put a motorcyclist in hospital last Christmas, later discovered the rider was a friend's father.
A 16-year-old who set up his own theatre company has taken a leap towards chasing his dream on GCSE results day.
A gas cylinder fire has sparked an evacuation of an industrial unit.
A town centre building which has been closed since 2016 is to open its doors once again next month.
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