Along with continuous pressures from the side of the exhausted staff attaining a peak point, the heads of emergency departments all around West Midlands sent a letter to the seniors in charge of the NHS.
As per reports, a public meeting will be held next Thursday at St. Paul's Centre in Long Lane at 11 am. The people will question the GPs on Barnet's Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) regarding the new body.
MSPs have been told that the recommendations in two reviews into access to new medicines are not good enough to raise the number of drugs approved for use on the NHS.
Sir Harry Burns, Scotland's Chief Medical Officer, has written a letter to all of Scotland's NHS boards to prevent the risk of measles infection spreading through hospitals. He has urged health board chiefs to ensure that their staff is vaccinated against measles. He has asked to stay prepared for a likely outbreak of the potentially deadly disease.
Cancer patients are to be provided with special genetic tests to figure out if their family members are also at risk of developing the disease. The tests will be performed on sufferers to check if they are carrying the mutated genes, which increase their chances to develop certain types of cancer.
The Chief Executive at Yorkshire's biggest NHS trust is set to leave after bosses revealed that they would miss key financial targets for the second year running. Maggie Boyle will be leaving Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust next month after being the in-charge for six years.
Norovirus has been affecting people as well as hospitals in Worcestershire. Health experts in Herefordshire are quite concerned about the spread and have asked people to remain cautious about the same.