Handling emergencies: The Council will host a major incident exercise to test how services in Lincolnshire cope.
Friday, May 17
Tuesday, May 7
Staying healthy: Parents with unvaccinated children are being encouraged to get the MMR jab from their local GP.
Monday, April 29
Recommendations: The Annual Report to wellbeing in Lincolnshire has been given to the County Council for the first time.
Thursday, April 25
Keeping safe: Up to 10,000 Lincolnshire children are being offered the MMR jab in a new four-month long campaign to prevent a measles outbreak in the county.
Wednesday, April 24
Monitoring care: A team will visit Lincolnshire hospitals in June to investigate high mortality rates between 2005-2008 and establish the level of patient care.
‘Absolutely appalling’: Lucy Rigby examines figures showing ULHT missed the 4 hour A&E standard and 4,646 people were waiting longer than 4 hours for treatment.
Tuesday, April 23
Extra help: Lincoln’s most vulnerable will be able to give emergency services or cares important information easily with the help of a new council scheme.
Friday, April 12
Recovering: The A&E at the Lincoln and Boston hospitals is now back to normal operation after a week of high demand, but the Grantham hospital is dealing with the norovirus.
Tuesday, April 9
Under pressure: Lincolnshire hospitals are seeing a high demand for beds and services in Lincoln, Boston and Grantham, causing worries amongst nurses.
Tuesday, March 26
Doing their bit: Recovered alcohol and drug users are helping their local community by cleaning graffiti off walls.