Mother jailed for child cruelty after persuading doctors, including at Gosh, to treat her children for non-existent illnesses
The boy who was allergic to everything - and then grew up
The story of how one Great Ormond Street Hospital department was in disarray for seven years
Surgeon under scrutiny from the medical regulator
A Bureau investigation has found a litany of serious complaints about the care provided at St Andrew's hospital in Northampton.
The NHS will continue to send patients to a private hospital found to be unsafe by government inspectors even though health insurers are boycotting it.
A private hospital run by a major provider has been rated unsafe by the health watchdog and accused of putting profits before patients.
The case, involving an orthopaedic surgeon at a Kent hospital, raises serious questions about NHS oversight of its contracts with private health providers.
NHS mental health trust failed to put measures in place to reduce suicide risk despite repeated warnings, CQC regulator says
Government’s health committee calls for publication of all pharmaceutical trial data.
Goldacre’s latest book unpicks the pharmaceutical industry with blood-boiling results.
A report reveals that NHS finance firms pay fees into tax havens.
The Today Programme investigates the silencing of NHS whistleblowers
London’s PCTs spend less on outreach, preventative health services aimed at men.
Men in some parts of London live 17 years less than those in wealthier areas.
Initiatives by football clubs aim to increase life expectancy among men, but it’s still too low.
London boroughs spend significantly less on male health and well-being services.
Areas in the more deprived parts of London have big gaps between female and male life expectancy.
A leaked letter raises questions about Circle’s ownership of Hinchingbrooke hospital