Working together: Lincolnshire Fire and Rescue and East Midlands Ambulance Service will work closer together to get patients the care they need quicker.
Wednesday, September 17
Wheelchair train advertising: A disabled Lincoln man is scouting the city streets in the hope of finding a new carer.
Volunteering example: Falklands War veteran Simon Weston congratulated LPFT as they achieved a prestigious volunteering award.
No smoking allowed: Staff at the City of Lincoln Council offices face a ban on smoking breaks during working hours, as well as extension of non-smoking areas.
Monday, September 15
Change needed: Results back from a survey reveal Lincolnshire residents want change to the current health and care provisions in the county.
Relocation: The Phoenix Health Shop in Lincoln has closed down, with services moving elsewhere in the city.
Thursday, September 11
More help needed: Lincolnshire has the third highest number of dementia sufferers in the East Midlands, according to a recent report by Alzheimer’s Society.
Friday, August 29
£180k improvement: Lincoln county Hospital’s Burton Ward has undergone a revamp to make it more dementia-friendly.
Monday, August 25
Missing data: EMAS is searching for a data disc containing patient forms that has been misplaced from its HQ.
Monday, August 11
Life-saving investment: Three Asda stores in Lincoln have been given public-access defibrillator machines, with staff receiving CPR training as well.