Hospitals investment: ULHT will be investing £25 million in three hospitals in the county.
Thursday, May 21
Tuesday, May 19
Training courses: A programme giving previously qualified nurses the opportunity to return to practice is being offered in NHS community services in Lincolnshire.
Home care costs: A consultation we get underway to discuss increasing some charges for home care in Lincolnshire.
Monday, May 18
Dementia Awareness: In his final column in a series of health advice articles, Dr Sunil Hindocha offers advice for Dementia Awareness Week.
Friday, May 15
Growing fleet: Of the 29 new ambulances on the road in Lincolnshire, two will be added to the Lincolnshire fleet.
Thursday, May 14
£7 million investment: As part of an ongoing review into the rising issue of substance misuse treatment, the county council are making commitments to local services.
New Chair: Paul Devlin has officially taken up the role of Lincolnshire Partnership NHS Foundation Trust Chair.
Monday, May 11
Findings: A review into the death of a newborn baby by his teenage mother has said that nothing could have been done to prevent the tragedy.
Friday, May 1
Chief exec for EMAS: The role of Chief Executive of the East Midlands Ambulance Service (EMAS) has been filled by Sue Noyes, who sat in the interim seat for 18 months.
Thursday, April 30
Job switch: The chief executive of St Barnabas Lincolnshire Hospice will leave the role and move on to the Lincolnshire West Clinical Commissioning Group.