Agency cap: NHS trusts will not be able to pay agency staff, such as doctors and nurses, more than 55% more for a shift than a permanent member of staff.
Monday, November 23
Thursday, November 19
“Appalling acts”: The ambulance service which deals with emergencies across Lincolnshire has condemned the number of assaults on its staff.
Tuesday, November 17
Become a governor: A Lincolnshire NHS trust has vacancies for four new governors.
Monday, November 16
Funding boost: More than 2,200 people and 16 groups in Lincolnshire will benefit from dementia support funds.
Wednesday, November 11
Hard work rewarded: A service developed by United Lincolnshire Hospitals NHS Trust staff has beaten more than 100 initiatives to win a prestigious healthcare award, as well as extra funding to develop their project.
NHS rich list: A public sector rich list has revealed that hundreds of NHS employees in Lincolnshire received in excess of £100,000 from the public purse in a year.
Tuesday, November 3
Home care costs: Changes which will increase and eventually scrap the cap on what adults in the county pay for care have been approved.
HQ move: Lincolnshire Community Health Services NHS Trust (LCHS) is moving its Sleaford headquarters to a Lincoln premises, which was recently given a £1 million makeover.
Friday, October 30
Home care problems: A Lincoln woman has claimed that her 89-year-old grandad who suffers from dementia and reduced mobility could have been killed because of the actions of a new home care service provider.
Thursday, October 29
Teddy donation: Children admitted to accident and emergency in Lincolnshire will be comforted following a kind donation of teddy bears from a group of freemasons.
Wednesday, October 28
Preparing for winter: Lincoln County Hospital bosses are optimistic they can combat periods of pressure over a ‘likely’ stressful winter period.
Thursday, October 22
Costly waste: The number of fly-tipping incidents in Lincoln has risen by 20% in one year, costing the City of Lincoln Council over £70,000 in cleanup and action costs.
Wednesday, October 21
Market-leading facilities: Patients at Lincoln County Hospital will benefit from faster and more effective treatment following a £950,000 investment in x-ray equipment.
Tuesday, October 13
Mystery illness: A Lincolnshire charity is warning dog owners to look out for the signs of mystery Seasonal Cainine Illness (SCI) this autumn.
Monday, October 5
Formal apology: A distraught husband has spoken of his anger at the treatment his wife received at Lincoln County Hospital and suggestions made by doctors that he was abusing her.