David Lloyd will be questioning the existence of hospital radio when he attends the sector's annual conference this weekend.
The move comes two years after the station continued broadcasting from a temporary structure in the grounds of Southampton General Hospital.
Radio Hillingdon's new studios have been opened by a former local Mayor, Cllr Allan Kauffman.
The hospital radio service for Morecambe Bay has been presented with a grant of almost £8,000.
The shortlist is out for the annual Hospital Radio Awards, with 11 categories covering everything from best newcomer to station of the year.
The Ipswich Hospital CEO Nick Hulme will also be presenting his own programme for the patients on Christmas morning.
Last year’s big winners included Radio Tyneside, which won three Golds and two Silvers on the night, with Radio Brockley taking the main Station of the Year Gold.
A presenter on Radio Broadgreen in Liverpool has been suspended after broadcasting topless online.
Radio Harrow has named a studio in memory of one of its original founders, Keith Chilvers.
New research has, for the first time, shown the true impact of Hospital Radio on a patient’s well-being.
Radio Harrow has hosted a special broadcast in aid of World Tuberculosis (TB) Day to help raise awareness of the disease.
Bedrock Radio in Romford is to extend its service to Goodmayes Hospital, taking over from GHR.
Hospital Broadcasting volunteers received an extra special surprise last night as they gathered for the National Hospital Radio Awards, in Watford.
Dave Nicholson, Chairman/Station Director of Radio Tyneside, has received a one off award from the City of Newcastle upon Tyne.
The awards ceremony in Watford is again being hosted by Lincs FM's Director of Programming Sean Dunderdale who's co-producing the awards with his Scunthorpe Hospital Radio colleague Iain Lee.
Radio Harrow volunteer Trevor Larter has been awarded the Jack Petchey Leader Award for his hard work and dedication at the station.
The Hospital Broadcasting Association is now welcoming entries for the annual Hospital Radio Awards.
Hospital radio has returned to Southport after an absence of more than two years.
It's not just Tony Blackburn and Annie Nightingale celebrating their half century, as Keith Lea clocks up 50 years on York Hospital Radio.
The HBA is under-going a full review of the operation and structure of the organisation following the resignation of the Chair.