Nurses at The Queen Elizabeth Hospital have been thanked for their care of a popular man from Elm.
Doctors and nurses at The Queen Elizabeth Hospital welcomed a national figure who is campaigning against a major healthcare issue facing elderly patients.
A Cancer patient raised £2,000 at a gig to give something back to the medical staff who have treated him.
Student hairdressers from the College of West Anglia hosted a day of gents’ haircuts to raise money for the Excel appeal at The Queen Elizabeth Hospital.
A Heacham man has thanked staff at the West Norfolk Breast Unit by raising nearly £3,000 by scaling Mount Kilimanjaro.
A generous man from Tydd St Mary celebrated his 80th birthday by raising money for The Queen Elizabeth Hospital.
The Queen Elizabeth Hospital King’s Lynn has not been directly affected by the ongoing cyber security threat which has affected a number of NHS organisations nationwide.
The Trust is taking a number of precautionary actions whilst the threat continues, one such measure has been the blocking of all incoming external emails, this has been the case since Friday evening and will remain so until further notice.
Patients, carers, relatives and visitors are advised that appointments remain unaffected and are assured that no patient confidential information has been compromised. Those wishing to contact the hospital are advised to do so by telephone.
Medical Director Nick Lyons said: “The Queen Elizabeth Hospital was not affected by Friday’s cyber attack and has continued to operate normally over the weekend.
“We have received a number of calls from patients this morning who are concerned about their appointments.
“We would like to reassure patients that it is business as usual at The QEH and would urge them to attend their appointments as normal.”
A Midwife is supporting the fundraising to help a terminally ill four-year-old boy make treasured memories with his family.
Downham Lions fundraising was a roaring success after donating £3,000 to The Queen Elizabeth Hospital’s Macmillan Cancer Care and Treatment Centre.