Support needed: Businesses, charities and voluntary organisations are being asked to come forward to help support an emerging plan to improve the health and care sector in Greater Lincolnshire.
Friday, October 24
Thursday, October 23
More nurses: ULHT has employed more nurses to work within hospitals across the county.
Tuesday, October 21
Election winner: Lincolnshire Partnership NHS Foundation Trust has a new lead governor.
Friday, October 10
Ambulance strikes: EMAS is preparing for its staff to go on strike as part of national pay disputes.
Healthy living advice: St Catherine’s pharmacy in Lincoln has been given a £70,000 makeover to transform it into a healthy living hub.
Time-saver: A Lincoln doctor’s surgery has scrapped its usual green slip prescription method in favour of a quicker electronic service.
Thursday, October 9
Future still in limbo: A Lincoln GP surgery could continue running after June 2015 — if a new service provider can be found.
Wednesday, October 8
Flu jab season: people at risk from complications if they get the flu are being encouraged to get their flu vaccination early.
Thursday, October 2
NHS background: Pauline Tagg is the new Chairman of East Midlands Ambulance Service for the next two years.
Thursday, September 25
Weight loss help: A Lincoln consultant who has helped clients achieve their weight loss goals for over three years has opened a new weight plan centre in uphill Lincoln.
Friday, September 19
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.