People across Cambridgeshire are being asked to give their views on GP services after a report highlighted how Covid has affected access to doctors.
A new ‘one stop shop’ for mental health is allowing people in Fenland to book counselling at the click of a button.
A Wisbech transplant recipient is backing a new clinical trial into a treatment that could reduce the risk of Covid-19 in people with kidney problems.
More people in Fenland are choosing to die in their own homes surrounded by loved-ones thanks to a new service that is providing end of life care.
In their fortnightly column, Fenland District Council's Active Fenland Team look at ways of staying fit and motivated.
As Covid rates remain high in parts of Fenland particularly in Wisbech people are being urged to stick to the rules.
An independent report argues changes should be made to provide a more joined up health care system bringing services closer to the people.
NHS workers who are continuing to care for residents will receive treats to brighten their days.
Dorothy Hosein has stood down as chief executive of the East of England Ambulance Service.
Thirty-eight more deaths have been recorded at hospital in today's figures.
The total death toll at a hospital serving the area since the start of the pandemic has now passed 250.
Wisbech Minor Injury Unit is to once again temporarily close with staff being deployed to help elsewhere with the ongoing pandemic.
Two Fenland GP practices have issued appeals for volunteers as they begin to roll out the covid vaccine to patients.
Covid-19 vaccinations have started to be given to care home residents and staff in Wisbech this week.
A Wisbech couple are celebrating after losing a whopping six stones in weight between them.
Hospital deaths were recorded on both Christmas Day and Boxing Day, according to the latest figures.