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.
A West Norfolk nurse is working hard to ensure that patients who are facing death fulfill their final wishes.
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.
Being able to develop professionally in a friendly environment while still providing high level care to patients are among the reasons why a Nurse Consultant would recommend working at The Queen Elizabeth Hospital.
Nurses Day gave an opportunity to celebrate the compassion and care given by Nurses and Midwives at The Queen Elizabeth Hospital.
Superheroes who go the extra mile to make a difference to the lives of patients and their families will be honoured during Nurses Day later this week.
A new NHS apprenticeship scheme to help people achieve their dreams of becoming Registered Nurses received an excellent response at its launch this weekend.
It was Nurse A in the ward kitchen! A nurse has Scrabbled together a new training method to ensure students are Cludeo-d up on how to run a ward.
“Musical” staff at The Queen Elizabeth Hospital have recorded a special song to ensure that flu virus does not hit a high note this winter.
A passionate Wisbech nursing student will be going for gold when she competes at the National World Skills Final later this week.