Wisbech Minor Injury Unit is to once again temporarily close with staff being deployed to help elsewhere with the ongoing pandemic.
A Wisbech couple are celebrating after losing a whopping six stones in weight between them.
Roll-out of Covid vaccine has begun in Wisbech this week - patients will be called for an appointment when it is their turn.
NHS services are open in Cambridgeshire this festive time to help local residents with minor medical problems that do not require emergency treatment.
Two nurses have been honoured with a national award.
Bosses are guarding against complacency, but welcome the huge efforts made by staff during the challenging pandemic period.
Local charity Cam Sight, who support people living with sight loss in Cambridgeshire, have launched a new mobile support service.
The North West Anglia NHS Foundation Trust had double cause for celebration when it picked up two national awards.
People across Cambridgeshire must "work hard" to reduce the rate of coronavirus infection ahead of Christmas.
The covid shutdown of dental services across the Cambridgeshire worsened existing problems around access to high street NHS dental care.
The NHS in Cambridgeshire is on the hunt for 1,000s of vaccinators to help protect millions of people from COVID-19 when a vaccine becomes available.
Number plate recognition technology could be used to tackle lack of parking at regional hospitals.
A lack of staff is being blamed for the ongoing closure of a Fenland emergency health service it has been revealed this week.
The area's leisure centres have closed their doors for the second time this year in response to the new four-week lockdown.
A report about people’s health and care during the coronavirus pandemic highlights the struggles of some of the most disadvantaged in our communities.
An area head teacher has informed parents of coronavirus has affected 'several members of our community'.