Missing data: EMAS is searching for a data disc containing patient forms that has been misplaced from its HQ.
Monday, August 25
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.
Wednesday, August 6
Still confusing: NHS England will hold a public consultation on its plans to close the Burton Road GP surgery in Lincoln, which will continue to run until next year.
Tuesday, August 5
Quality care: A recent report from the Care Quality Commission (CQC) has found no faults with the service provided by the Lincoln branch of life support charity Age UK.
Monday, August 4
Feeding tips: Tips and help with breastfeeding is now available to mothers and families in Lincolnshire thanks to an NHS trust website.
Thursday, July 31
Legal highs explored: A team of Lincoln chemists’ research into legal highs will feature in an episode of Channel 4’s Embarrassing Bodies.
Monday, July 28
Life-changing care: Cathy Poulton, who is the sole carer for her husband Ted, is praising the support of St Barnabas Lincolnshire Hospice.
Listening and learning: United Lincolnshire Hospitals Trust has been listening to its staff to help improve patients’ experience.
Friday, July 25
Reassurance: A Lincolnshire healthcare team working on a new care project have added a new phase after speaking to staff and residents.
Thinking pink: Lincoln women with breast cancer will be offered at least three years of free Pilates classes after a generous donation.