One day in A&E: Hear the stories of the staff who work in Lincoln County Hospital’s A&E department.
Friday, February 5
Action plan: A new strategy to reduce the number of suicides amongst Lincolnshire residents using mental health and support services has been launched.
Thursday, February 4
“Heartbreaking case”: The family of a newborn baby who died at Lincoln County Hospital after mistakes were made by medical staff have spoken of their tragic loss.
Inadequate: A North Hykeham GP practice has been placed in special measures after a report rated the service as inadequate.
Wednesday, February 3
Inspections: Another three Lincolnshire care homes have been given ratings of “requires improvement”.
Monday, February 1
Watchdog reports: Six Lincolnshire adult social care services have been given ratings of “requires improvement” after inspections carried out by the Care Quality Commission.
Friday, January 29
Help for veterans: Lincolnshire veterans have been encouraged to share their experiences of mental health services to help improve future care.
Tuesday, January 26
Outbreak ends: The norovirus outbreak at Lincoln County Hospital has now been officially declared as over.
Friday, January 22
Star wards: Film star, writer and director Warwick Davis was the guest of honour as staff and patients celebrated the opening of Lincolnshire’s first Hospice within a Hospital.
Tuesday, January 19
Strike suspended: The second in a planned series of strikes by junior doctors in Lincolnshire and the rest of England has been suspended.
Tuesday, January 12
Strike views: Readers have been taking to social media to give their views on the junior doctors’ strike being held in Lincoln and the rest of the country.
Positive progress: More people than ever before have put pen to paper to say ‘thank you’ to the East Midlands Ambulance Service.
New appointment: A new Director of Nursing and Quality for Lincolnshire’s mental health and social care NHS trust has taken up her post.
Strike begins: Junior doctors have begun their first strike in over 40 years, with the picket line outside Lincoln County Hospital busy from 8am on Tuesday, January 12.
Monday, January 11
Service praised: A Lincoln GP surgery has been praised for its service to 10,000 patients in a recent inspection by the Care Quality Commission.
Junior doctors’ strike: More than 250 outpatient appointments and over 20 clinics have been cancelled at Lincolnshire’s hospitals due to the junior doctors’ strike.
Improving situation: Four wards remain affected by the norovirus outbreak at Lincoln County Hospital, with two wards set to re-open later today.
Friday, January 8
Junior doctors’ strike: A number of clinics will be cancelled as junior doctors are set to go out on strike next week.
Pharmacy training: The first cohort of students on an innovative pharmacy course at the University of Lincoln are on track to fill a major recruitment gap.
Thursday, January 7
Wards remain affected: Seven wards at Lincoln County Hospital still remain affected by the norovirus outbreak but the hospital believes it has “turned the corner” in controlling the bug.