The Queen Elizabeth Hospital, King’s Lynn is currently experiencing a surge in patients attending with symptoms of Norovirus and c.Difficile infections.
More women are being urged to attend mammogram appointments in order detect breast cancers early to offer improved outcomes and survival rates.
Thanks to the generosity of families and businesses in West Norfolk, frightened youngsters arriving for treatment at The Queen Elizabeth Hospital’s A&E will now have a plethora of toys.
Thanks to the hard work of a dedicated fundraiser, The Queen Elizabeth Hospital has a new ECG machine.
Emergency Nurses are appealing for help after a number of toys have gone missing from The Queen Elizabeth Hospital’s A&E department.
Mayor of King’s Lynn and West Norfolk Carol Bower learned more about the area’s cancer services during a visit to The Queen Elizabeth Hospital.
A West Norfolk nurse is working hard to ensure that patients who are facing death fulfill their final wishes.
An appeal is being made to reunite the owner of a sizeable sum of money which was lost at The Queen Elizabeth Hospital.
A King’s Lynn matron is promoting the importance of getting up and dressed to patients in order to prevent them losing basic life skills due to Deconditioning Syndrome.
A major innovation which will save the lives of patients has been invented by Critical Care Doctors in King’s Lynn.