Changes ahead: Despite objections, East Midlands Ambulance Trust will go ahead with plans to restructure the ambulance service across the region.
Monday, March 25
Thursday, March 21
Brief visit: Health Minister Dr Dan Poulter visited Lincoln County Hospital and spoke about the high mortality rates investigation and gagging former health executives.
Needs reviewing: A council committee is requesting a review of an ambulance service consultation as it believes there were flaws.
Tuesday, March 19
Tell all: Gagging order aside, former CEO of ULHT Gary Walker and former chair David Bowles discuss how NHS targets drove the Lincolnshire trust into difficulties.
Thursday, March 14
More effective trials: A new mental health research and clinical trials facility is being opened in Lincoln to help improve services in the county.
Tuesday, March 12
Three deaths last year: Smoking materials are the main cause of accidental house fire deaths in Lincolnshire, new figures released by Lincolnshire Fire and Rescue show.
What’s next: NHS Lincolnshire will no longer exist after the NHS reforms come into place on April 1, changing the way health services are commissioned across the county.
Monday, March 11
Good stroke care in Lincolnshire: The specialist stroke unit at Lincoln County Hospital has been praised in an external assessment.
Wednesday, February 27
Not anything and everything: Hospitals in Lincoln and Boston are under pressure with increased numbers of A&E patients, but not all cases require emergency care.
Monday, February 25
Child poverty: More than 4,033 children in Lincoln are living in poverty, with the Glebe, Birchwood and Moorland wards having the highest percentages.