Ambulance strikes: EMAS is preparing for its staff to go on strike as part of national pay disputes.
Friday, October 10
Healthy living advice: St Catherine’s pharmacy in Lincoln has been given a £70,000 makeover to transform it into a healthy living hub.
Time-saver: A Lincoln doctor’s surgery has scrapped its usual green slip prescription method in favour of a quicker electronic service.
Thursday, October 9
Future still in limbo: A Lincoln GP surgery could continue running after June 2015 — if a new service provider can be found.
Wednesday, October 8
Flu jab season: people at risk from complications if they get the flu are being encouraged to get their flu vaccination early.
Thursday, October 2
NHS background: Pauline Tagg is the new Chairman of East Midlands Ambulance Service for the next two years.
Thursday, September 25
Weight loss help: A Lincoln consultant who has helped clients achieve their weight loss goals for over three years has opened a new weight plan centre in uphill Lincoln.
Friday, September 19
Working together: Lincolnshire Fire and Rescue and East Midlands Ambulance Service will work closer together to get patients the care they need quicker.
Wednesday, September 17
Wheelchair train advertising: A disabled Lincoln man is scouting the city streets in the hope of finding a new carer.
Volunteering example: Falklands War veteran Simon Weston congratulated LPFT as they achieved a prestigious volunteering award.