Health advice: Dr Sunil Hindocha is beginning a series of health columns, talking about common concerns and help at hand in Lincoln and the surrounding areas.
Monday, March 30
Friday, March 27
Significant improvements: The United Lincolnshire Hospitals Trust has come out of ‘special measures’ 20 months after the Keogh review.
Wednesday, March 25
High price: An agency doctor was paid over £3,000 by United Lincolnshire Hospitals Trust to work two 12-hour shifts during the Christmas period.
Monday, March 23
Substance misuse stats: The number of under 18s treated for substance misuse in Lincolnshire has risen, according to new data.
Tuesday, March 17
Heart surgery success: Some 18 months after a 24/7 specialist heart attack centre was opened in Lincoln, the service has been recognised for delivering gold standard treatment.
Wednesday, March 11
Burton Road GP saved: Burton Road GP in Lincoln has been saved for at least another five years after NHS England backtracked on plans to close the surgery.
Tuesday, March 10
Targets missed: New figures have revealed that hospitals in Lincolnshire failed to meet cancer treatment targets in 2014.
Chief executive appointment: The East Midlands Ambulance Service is to employ a new chief executive after 17 months under interim leadership.
Monday, March 9
Whistleblower speaks out: A sacked NHS boss has written a letter to Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt asking for an apology and “comparable” job.
LCHS Chair: Elaine Baylis QPM has been appointed as Chairperson of Lincolnshire Community Health Services NHS Trust (LCHS).