Addenbrooke's Hospital

Over those two hours, I was allowed to be silly, to escape from the adult world and into the world of this toddler. Even though it was brief, it was very much needed. Kids aren't that scary, it turns out. You just need to be brave enough to think silly, to not make sense at all, and to have the courage to put a chocolate snowman on your porch in the middle of summer.
Medway Maritime Hospital in Kent A spokesman for Medway NHS Foundation Trust told HuffPost UK: “While we have received additional
The messianic drive of this right wing government to destroy an institution that was running well and was highly rated around the world must be brought to a halt. There is a great deal of truth in that old adage "you don't miss it until it is gone". Cameron and his cronies would love you to be in that situation.
That one of the jewels in the NHS's crown has ended up on a list of high-profile failures has come as a shock to many. The branding of Addenbrooke's Hospital as 'inadequate' by health regulator, the Care Quality Commission (CQC), raises serious issues about the way hospitals are run. How can a hospital that was considered one of the safest two years ago, now be in special measures?
A world-class hospital that is failing despite its top-rated care for patients reflects problems that should make us "very
I feel that the UK is at a crossroads in much the same way that the US was several decades ago. High profile court cases surrounding patient rights at the end of life catalyzed a set of changes, which led to America's current system of aggressive treatments at all costs regardless of futility or clinical common sense.
The health watchdog has been forced to take action against a hospital trust which performed a surgery on the wrong patient
The extended Rosie maternity hospital at the Addenbrooke's site in Cambridge is something that I have mentioned before, and whilst there is undoubtedly a huge buzz in the area around its opening towards the end of June, the sad fact is, that for many couples, the chances of them ever welcoming in their own child there are quite small.
You don't have climb Everest or eat a giant cactus for your cause (although either of those things would be awesome). It doesn't matter what your day job is, if you're driven enough to help and to make a change, then there's always, always something that you can do. Just think about it.
The NHS should consider paying for the funerals of organ donors to deal with a chronic shortage of organs, a report has suggested
PRESS ASSOCIATION -- A man is suing a hospital trust over his claims that medics twice put "do not resuscitate" orders on