Care regulators: A medical negligence expert in Lincoln has been appointed to a national health regulator in Dubai.
Monday, April 7
Friday, March 28
Wellbeing service: Help is just a phone call away for residents of North Kesteven as a new Wellbeing Service is rolled out.
Tuesday, March 25
Compassionate care: ULHT has said it does not incinerate foetal tissue in with its clinical waste.
Monday, March 24
Better pharmacy: An old pharmacy in Lincoln city centre has moved into a custom unit within a large health centre.
Friday, March 21
Spike in cases: Public Health England has seen a significant rise in the number of scarlet fever cases in Lincolnshire.
Monday, March 17
Smoking slows healing: People who smoke harm their chance of recovering from bone fractures, according to new research carried out in Lincoln.
Friday, March 14
Combined services: Lincolnshire Co-operative has invested £200,000 to merge its pharmacy with the doctors’ surgery on Newland in Lincoln.
Thursday, March 13
Scarlet fever in Lincoln: The infectious childhood disease most obvious for its skin rash has been confirmed at a Lincoln primary school.
On pause: EMAS has put on hold its Lincolnshire super hub plans in order to focus on patient care first.
Wednesday, March 12
No Smoking Day: Young people have been raising awareness of the dangers of smoking for No Smoking Day.