Major fraud investigation: Among public bodies named as victims in a £12m fraud investigation is a Lincolnshire NHS trust.
Thursday, September 3
Wednesday, September 2
Rising death rates: A mortality rate indicator for Lincolnshire hospitals rose in the last year, with Lincoln County Hospital scoring significantly higher than expected.
Monday, August 31
Efforts recognised: Three nurses at Lincoln County Hospital have been shortlisted for a prestigious award following their work to improve patient care on the emergency admissions unit.
Thursday, August 27
Expert care: A care home on the edge of Lincoln has announced an expansion which it hopes will further improve the service it offers to residents.
Financial position: The trust which provides emergency services for patients in Lincolnshire and the East Midlands has reported a deficit of over £1.5 million so far this year – more than double what was anticipated.
Tuesday, August 25
Stolen items: Lincolnshire thieves stole potentially lifesaving equipment, a range of electronics, and fuel from ambulances in the past three years.
Tuesday, August 11
£6.7m project: Cancer patients in Lincolnshire are now being treated using new state-of-the-art radiotherapy machines in the county’s hospitals.
Wednesday, August 5
Alarming figures: Lincoln is the crack cocaine and heroin capital of England, with high levels of deprivation and cases of self-harm, a report has claimed.
Tuesday, August 4
Polio awareness: Paralympic medalist James Crisp made a splash at a Lincoln shopping centre to raise awareness of Polio.
Saturday, August 1
Nursing course: A new programme to draw former nurses back to work has been launched in Lincolnshire.
Friday, July 31
‘Never events’ revealed: The most serious patient safety breaches in Lincolnshire hospitals saw surgical items left within patients.
Dementia help: A new support service for the 11,000 people suffering from dementia in Lincolnshire will open later this year.
Blue light integration: Initial talks are underway to potentially merge the control centres and resources of police, fire and rescue and ambulance services in Lincolnshire.
Tuesday, July 28
New figures: More than half a million pounds was spent on agency theatre staffing at Lincoln County Hospital in the 12 months up to April 2015.
Monday, July 27
The struggle for better pay: Nurses are facing a dilemma: stay in the UK or get better paid abroad, writes David Harding-Price.