Heat advice: With demand from heat-related 999 calls set to increase, EMAS is offering advice on how to stay safe.
Thursday, July 2
New providers: New support services for homeless adults and home care are being put in place following a re-tendering process.
Kids happy: Children who used Lincolnshire hospital services last year have rated the trust which runs them as higher than the national average.
Wednesday, July 1
Burton Road GP update: The management of Burton Road GP surgery in Lincoln will be provided by new partnership from today after surviving the threat of closure.
Tuesday, June 16
Still falling short: The East Midlands Ambulance Service has missed response targets to 999 calls for the fifth year in a row.
Rolling up their sleeves: The Lincolnshire Bombers Roller Girls have bravely donated 12 pints of blood between them to support an NHS campaign.
Monday, June 15
Investigation continues: A post mortem into the death of a 69-year-old man who was a patient at Long Leys Court in Lincoln has come back inconclusive.
Friday, June 12
Reassurances: Five patients still remain at Long Leys Court in Lincoln while safety concerns and a patient death prompt a special safeguarding meeting.
Thursday, June 11
Deficit predictions: The trust which runs Lincolnshire’s hospitals has played down fears of a possible £75 million shortfall in its budget, stating that the organisation is forecast to run a deficit of only £40.3 million.
Tuesday, June 9
Investigations continue: A patient from Long Leys Court in Lincoln has died in hospital after the facility was closed temporarily for a police investigation due to three ‘serious incidents’.
Saturday, June 6
Life saver: A Lincoln mum has heaped praise on an eye specialist at Vision Express whose attention to detail saved her son’s life.
Friday, June 5
Care concerns: A Lincoln disability inpatient unit has been shut down after a number of ‘serious incidents’ put the quality of care at the facility into question.
Wednesday, June 3
Brave colleagues: PC Terry Stamp is thanking brave colleagues and emergency service staff who saved his life.
Tuesday, June 2
Increasing deficit: After a deficit of £6.291 million was recorded by Lincolnshire’s hospitals trust for April, urgent action will be needed to prevent a £75 million total for the year.
Thursday, May 21
Hospitals investment: ULHT will be investing £25 million in three hospitals in the county.