Lincoln slims down: Slimmers in Lincoln have picked up awards for their weight loss achievements after being referred to a Weight Watchers scheme by their GPs.
Wednesday, November 20
Monday, November 18
Full liability: ULHT have agreed a settlement of £10 million, one of the highest in NHS history, after a Lincoln boy was left brain damaged during birth.
Friday, November 8
Moving forward: The ULHT board are seeing some improvements within its hospitals, particularly around mortality rates.
Wednesday, November 6
Extra staff: ULHT have hired more than 100 new nurses for Lincolnshire hospitals after a major national and international recruitment drive.
Tuesday, November 5
Facial hair efforts: Men across Lincoln prepare to groom and grow moustaches in aid of men’s health awareness campaign ‘Movember’.
Wednesday, October 30
Fatal mistake: ULHT has apologised profusely after a woman died in hospital after being administered a drug she was allergic to.
Monday, October 28
TV feature: East Midlands Ambulance Service (EMAS) will feature in an episode of Channel 4’s 999 What’s Your Emergency hit show.
Friday, October 18
Take care: A dog rescue centre is urging people to take care after more reports of Seasonal Canine Illness.
Wednesday, October 16
Mystery deaths: Lincoln vets issue advice after three dogs reportedly died in the last two weeks after walks on the West Common.
Retirement plan: Paul Richardson, the chairman of ULHT, will retire from the role this December after just over four years.