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Cumberland Infirmary in Carlisle

 Cumberland Infirmary in Carlisle
Cumberland Infirmary in Carlisle
Fault hits phone lines to Carlisle hospital
A fault is affecting anyone trying to call Cumbria's largest hospital.

Carlisle's A&E department

 Carlisle's A&E department
Carlisle's A&E department
Report reveals A&E improvements at Carlisle and Whitehaven
A national report into A&E services has shown improvements in Carlisle and Whitehaven for the second year in a row.

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The boss of NHS England has announced a move to ban the sale of large sharing packs of sweets from vending machines on hospital premises

UHMBT medical director Dr David Walker and chief executive Jackie Daniel challenge staff to improve their health by drinking more water Photo: Steve Barber

Steve Barber

Foluke Ajayi LOUISE PORTER

Furness General Hospital made the bold switch from confectionery to fruit and bottled water last year

Cumbrian hospitals could earn cash boost for ditching chocolate and fizzy drinks
HOSPITALS in Cumbria could receive a cash boost for ditching supersize chocolate bars and sugary snacks in vending machines and on-site shops.

David Wilkinson.

The Cumberland Infirmary DAVID HOLLINS

The Cumberland Infirmary. Photo: DAVID HOLLINS

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Furness General Hospital, in Barrow. Photo: LINDSEY DICKINGS

David Wilkinson

 David Wilkinson.
David Wilkinson.
Hospitals in Cumbria keep EU doctors and nurses despite Brexit
HOSPITALS in Cumbria have managed to retain nurses and doctors from Europe despite last year's controversial Brexit vote.
Family doctors will be able to quiz patients on their sexual orientation
Family doctors will be able to quiz patients on their sexual orientation
Family doctors will be able to quiz patients on their sexual orientation
NHS staff to quiz patients on sexual orientation
Family doctors, nurses and other medical staff will be able to quiz patients on their sexual orientation under new Government plans.

Stephen Eames

 Stephen Eames
Stephen Eames
Health boss to face questions in Maryport over plan to remove hospital beds
A leading Cumbrian health boss will face questions in Maryport next week amid concerns that beds are to be removed from the local hospital imminently.

Rod Harpin, medical director

 Rod Harpin, medical director
Rod Harpin, medical director
Inspectors rule hospitals have made vital improvements following high-profile patient deaths
Inspectors have ruled that north Cumbria's hospitals have made crucial improvements following the high-profile deaths of two patients.
The incident happened at Melbury Lodge at the Royal Hampshire County Hospital in Winchester
The incident happened at Melbury Lodge at the Royal Hampshire County Hospital in Winchester
The incident happened at Melbury Lodge at the Royal Hampshire County Hospital in Winchester
Southern Health blames funding pressures after patient injured in rooftop fall
Under-fire mental health trust Southern Health has blamed Government funding pressures for its failure to stop vulnerable patients from gaining access to a rooftop leaving one with "life-changing" injuries after a fall.
Increasing numbers of people are waiting a year or more for NHS treatment
Increasing numbers of people are waiting a year or more for NHS treatment
Increasing numbers of people are waiting a year or more for NHS treatment
Waiting times for NHS treatment are rising, figures reveal
The number of people waiting longer than 18 weeks to start NHS treatment is at its highest level for almost a decade, figures show.
The doctors' group said a bad flu season could overwhelm the NHS
The doctors' group said a bad flu season could overwhelm the NHS
The doctors' group said a bad flu season could overwhelm the NHS
Major flu outbreak could see routine operations suspended for months - doctors
Routine operations could "cease for several months" if hospitals have to deal with a major flu outbreak this winter, an expert has warned.
The junior doctor was described as 'popular' by medics and 'loved' by nurses
The junior doctor was described as 'popular' by medics and 'loved' by nurses
The junior doctor was described as 'popular' by medics and 'loved' by nurses
Popular doctor killed herself with drugs taken from hospital
A junior doctor took her own life after injecting herself with drugs illicitly taken from her hospital, an inquest heard.
The Government has been warned about the shortage in the field
The Government has been warned about the shortage in the field
The Government has been warned about the shortage in the field
Radiologist shortage 'could cause serious delays to treatment'
Hundreds of thousands of NHS patients are enduring serious delays to diagnosis and treatment due to a shortage of radiologists, experts are warning.
Researchers examined whether the biomarkers of ovarian reserve used in tests were linked to ability to conceive
Researchers examined whether the biomarkers of ovarian reserve used in tests were linked to ability to conceive
Researchers examined whether the biomarkers of ovarian reserve used in tests were linked to ability to conceive
Fertility 'MOTs' may be a waste of money, research suggests
Ovarian reserve tests marketed at women worried they have left it too late to have a baby may be a waste of cash, research suggests.

Council council boss Cllr Ian Stewart. Photo: PAULA THANNER

Cllr Ian Stewart who has talked for the first time about his suicide attempt three years ago for World Mental Health Day. Photo: PAULA THANNER

World Mental Health Day. Cumbria County Council deputy leader Ian Stewart who has talked for the first time about his suicide attempt three years ago. Photo: PAULA THANNER

 Council council boss Cllr Ian Stewart. Photo: PAULA THANNER
Council council boss Cllr Ian Stewart. Photo: PAULA THANNER
'If I had not been found for another 15 minutes it would have been too late' - Cumbria council boss speaks of suicide bid
A SENIOR county politician has spoken publicly for the first time of his attempt to commit suicide exactly three years ago today.

University of Cumbria nursing students.

Dr Louise Nelson

University of Cumbria, nursing and midwifery

 University of Cumbria nursing students.
University of Cumbria nursing students.
150 new trainee nurses set for Cumbria and NW
NURSING numbers in the north west are set to receive a welcome boost.
A report says NHS health and care services are at full stretch
A report says NHS health and care services are at full stretch
A report says NHS health and care services are at full stretch
NHS straining at seams with staff shortages and rising demand, say inspectors
The NHS is straining at the seams as it juggles problems with staffing shortages, rising demand and increasing numbers of patients with preventable illnesses, health and care inspectors have said.
Review of mental health beds in Cumbria delayed until next year
A review of mental health beds across Cumbria has been delayed until after summer 2018.

Students attend a health, care and emergency services careers fair at the University of Cumbria

 Students attend a health, care and emergency services careers fair at the University of Cumbria
Students attend a health, care and emergency services careers fair at the University of Cumbria
Pupils get advice on careers in health, care and emergency services
Health, care and emergency services teamed up with the county’s education providers to hold a careers fair with a difference.
Paediatric haematologist Myles Bradbury was jailed in 2014
Paediatric haematologist Myles Bradbury was jailed in 2014
Paediatric haematologist Myles Bradbury was jailed in 2014
Hospital trust pays £611,000 to victims of paediatrician who abused 18 boys
A hospital trust has paid out more than £600,000 in compensation to victims of a children's doctor who abused 18 boys in his care, reports say.
King's College Hospital says Isaiah Thomas's parents want his treatment to continue
King's College Hospital says Isaiah Thomas's parents want his treatment to continue
King's College Hospital says Isaiah Thomas's parents want his treatment to continue
Doctors seek end to 'futile' treatment for brain-damaged baby
Doctors are embroiled in a High Court life-support treatment dispute with the parents of a brain-damaged baby.

Janice Delaney, Helen Westwood, Michelle Towers and Rachel Johnson are the new bereavement staff at north Cumbria's acute hospitals

 Janice Delaney, Helen Westwood, Michelle Towers and Rachel Johnson are the new bereavement staff at north Cumbria's acute hospitals
Janice Delaney, Helen Westwood, Michelle Towers and Rachel Johnson are the new bereavement staff at north Cumbria's acute hospitals
New service to help people in north Cumbria face bereavement
New rooms have been opened at north Cumbria's acute hospitals to help families after the death of a loved one.

Nurse cadets from Lakes College West Cumbria

The University of Cumbria, Fusehill Street, Carlisle

Furness College, Barrow

 Nurse cadets from Lakes College West Cumbria
Nurse cadets from Lakes College West Cumbria
New nursing apprenticeship to be created by Cumbria-led consortium
A consortium led by the University of Cumbria has secured government funding to develop a new degree apprenticeship to train future generations of nurses.
Ben Condon died in Bristol Royal Hospital for Children on April 17 2015 after developing acute respiratory distress syndrome
Ben Condon died in Bristol Royal Hospital for Children on April 17 2015 after developing acute respiratory distress syndrome
Ben Condon died in Bristol Royal Hospital for Children on April 17 2015 after developing acute respiratory distress syndrome
Hospital boss makes public apology for failings in premature baby's care
Hospital bosses have apologised to the parents of a premature baby, saying their failure to give him "timely" antibiotics contributed to his death.
NHS trusts are struggling to recruit nurses.
NHS trusts are struggling to recruit nurses.
NHS trusts are struggling to recruit nurses.
Trust with 500 nursing vacancies considers filling roles with other staff
A trust with around 500 nursing vacancies has admitted it is having difficulty recruiting and said it is considering filling some roles with other staff.
Special measures have been recommended for an NHS trust
Special measures have been recommended for an NHS trust
Special measures have been recommended for an NHS trust
NHS trust in special measures after patients died waiting for heart treatment
An NHS trust has been placed in special measures after some hospital patients were found to have died after waiting too long for heart treatment while others were left to go blind.
Pcs Paul Adey and Paul Greenfield were cleared at Birmingham Crown Court of charges of perjury and perverting the course of justice relating to the death of Kingsley Burrell
Pcs Paul Adey and Paul Greenfield were cleared at Birmingham Crown Court of charges of perjury and perverting the course of justice relating to the death of Kingsley Burrell
Pcs Paul Adey and Paul Greenfield were cleared at Birmingham Crown Court of charges of perjury and perverting the course of justice relating to the death of Kingsley Burrell
Relatives renew public inquiry calls after officers cleared of lying to inquest
Relatives of a mental health patient who died in 2011 have renewed calls for a public inquiry, after three police officers were cleared by a jury of lying about a covering placed over his head.

Intervention cardiologist Dr Madhusudhan Varma

The heart research team at the Cumberland Infirmary, Carlisle

 Intervention cardiologist Dr Madhusudhan Varma
Intervention cardiologist Dr Madhusudhan Varma
Cumbria is at heart of life-saving study
Cumbria is at the forefront of a pioneering national research project that aims to help prevent heart failure.
Delayed discharges may be causing a rise in mortality rates, research claims.
Delayed discharges may be causing a rise in mortality rates, research claims.
Delayed discharges may be causing a rise in mortality rates, research claims.
Rise in death rates linked to delayed hospital discharges, research suggests
Delayed discharges - where people are stuck in hospital even though they are medically fit to leave - is fuelling a rise in overall death rates, research suggests.
Delayed discharges may be causing a rise in mortality rates, research claims
Delayed discharges may be causing a rise in mortality rates, research claims
Delayed discharges may be causing a rise in mortality rates, research claims
Rise in death rates linked to delayed hospital discharges, research suggests
Delayed discharges - where people are stuck in hospital even though they are medically fit to leave - is fuelling a rise in overall death rates, research suggests.

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 Photo: Julien Behal/PA Wire
Photo: Julien Behal/PA Wire
Prescriptions including drugs for erection problems and depression set to be banned: Is yours on the list?
Cumbrians alerted over potential axing of treatments