Across the county of Lincolnshire, there are over 800,000 people registered for healthcare services with their local GP practice. Of those 800,000 people, only 10% of those are registered for […]
Despite having already given more than 440,000 booster vaccinations (440,008 as of close of play 30th December), the NHS in Lincolnshire has significant capacity available to vaccinate people and is […]
With the push to get everyone aged 18 and over (16 and over with a health condition that puts you at high risk of getting seriously ill from covid) boosted […]
Following on from the success of the covid vaccination ‘pop-ups’ held in Lincoln this week, three further pop-ups, which allow people to walk-in for their covid vaccination on a ‘first […]
With just two days to go until Christmas, the NHS in Lincolnshire is urging people to get boosted as soon as possible.
In an effort to encourage more people in Lincoln to ‘get boosted’, a series of ‘pop-up’ covid walk-in sessions will be held in the city over the next two days […]
The 250,000th covid vaccination administered by K2 Healthcare – across The Meres, the pop-up services it runs in the Sleaford area, care homes and housebound people – was given to […]
A free shuttle bus service is being introduced in both Lincoln and Boston, to transport people up to the Lincolnshire Showground and the Princess Royal Sports Arena Mass Vaccination Centres […]
People across Lincolnshire are being strongly urged to ‘get boosted’ before Christmas, in response to the exceptionally quick spread of the Omicron covid variant.
Following the Prime Minister’s announcement on Sunday that everyone aged 18 and over will have the opportunity to book a covid booster by the end of December, the NHS in […]
In England, around 10,000 patients are in hospital who don’t need to be there but can’t or haven’t been discharged. The impact of this is often felt in A&E departments […]
“It’s often quoted that one in four of us will have mental health issues in our lifetime but the pandemic has tested that statistic, with the proportion of adults experiencing […]
With the news on Monday this week that covid boosters are to be extended to people aged 18-39, NHS Lincolnshire CCG is asking for people’s patience as the covid programme […]
Unfortunately, due to problems with the heating at our Mass Vaccination Centre at PRSA, Boston, we have had to close the site early today. We apologise for any inconvenience caused, […]
Following on from last week’s announcement that the covid booster programme was to be extended to all adults aged 40-49, the rollout of the vaccination programme goes from strength to […]
Between the 12th-17th September a team of healthcare professionals, pain scientists and people who live with chronic pain completed a week-long roadshow across Lincolnshire to engage local communities and share […]
In a further boost to the covid vaccination programme in Lincolnshire and across the country, the government announced earlier this week that all adults aged 40 to 49 will be […]
John Turner has been appointed as the new Designate Chief Executive Officer of the NHS Lincolnshire Integrated Care Board (ICB), due to be established in April 2022.
On Wednesday 10 November, Lincolnshire Young Voices presented their new training resource: ‘A Rough Guide to Not Putting Your Foot It’ at the Designated Clinical Officer / Designated Medical Officer […]
Lincolnshire’s mental health trust is working hard to stop men in the county suffering with their mental health in silence. November is recognised as Men’s Health Awareness Month and looks […]
Anyone eligible is being urged to get their covid vaccination as infections in the midlands region are rising above the national average.
NHS Lincolnshire CCG is supporting World Diabetes Day on 14 November 2021. 2020 reports show that people living with diabetes face a significantly higher risk of dying with Covid-19, and the […]
A series of virtual and face to face public consultation events continue this week. We are encouraging people across Lincolnshire to get involved and share their views on proposals for […]
People in Lincolnshire who are immunosuppressed are once again being strongly encouraged to come forwards for their third primary dose of the covid vaccination by the NHS in the county.
We’re seeing an increase in severe respiratory illness in children as restrictions ease and people mix more, with cases higher than usual for this time of year and further increases […]
The covid booster campaign in Lincolnshire has surpassed 100,000 vaccinations just weeks after launch, with more than 108,000 booster vaccinations given (3rd November).
In a boost for the county’s ongoing covid vaccination programme, two new pharmacies offering covid vaccinations have opened in Spalding and Pinchbeck.
Following on from a successful series of ‘pop-up’ covid vaccination sessions held during half-term week for 12-15 year-olds at the county’s two Mass Vaccination Centres, the NHS in Lincolnshire is […]
Healthwatch Lincolnshire presents its latest YourVoice@healthwatch event on Wednesday 03 November 2021 and in a welcome return this will take place as a face-to-face public event, with all encouraged to […]
NHS Lincolnshire CCG is encouraging people to use their local pharmacy during national Ask Your Pharmacist Week, which runs from 1 – 8 November. The theme of this year’s campaign […]
The NHS in Lincolnshire is offering children aged 12-15 the opportunity to get their covid vaccination at a series of ‘pop-up’ sessions being held at the county’s two Mass Vaccination […]
The Lincolnshire Stroke Service has been crowned winners of a national award which recognises quality improvements in how services are delivered to patients.
Lincolnshire people are being reminded about the importance of having their covid booster and flu vaccination, in anticipation of a winter season where both covid and flu will circulate together […]
A free shuttle bus service is being introduced in Lincoln to support students and people who can’t easily get up to the Lincolnshire Showground for their vaccinations.
Saturday, 16 October saw members of Lincolnshire Young Voices and the creative agency, Bad Shoes, recording the voice overs for their new e-learning programme called A Rough Guide – to […]
People across the county are being urged to have their flu and covid booster vaccinations ahead of the first winter where covid and Flu circulate fully at the same time. […]
The NHS in Lincolnshire is pleased to confirm that Elaine Baylis QPM has agreed to remain in her role of Interim Chair of Lincolnshire’s Integrated Care System (ICS), continuing the […]
People across Lincolnshire will have the opportunity this week to further get involved in the recently launched public consultation relating to four of Lincolnshire’s NHS services. A series of face […]
The impact and experience of the past 18 months has been difficult for us all. That’s why it’s so important to look after our mental health and wellbeing. Better Health-Every […]
People in Lincolnshire who are immunosuppressed are being strongly encouraged to come forwards for their third primary dose of the covid vaccination by the NHS in the county.
NHS Lincolnshire Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) has today begun a formal consultation exercise on the future of four local hospital services. This 12 week public consultation is our biggest […]
“Babies cry, you can cope!” that’s the key message from the NHS in Lincolnshire, as they promote lifesaving messages to parents.
Wednesday 22nd September was another significant milestone for the covid vaccination programme in Lincolnshire, with the launch of covid booster vaccinations.
Stoptober is back to launch its 10th mass quit attempt on 1st October, calling on smokers in England to join the 2.3 million others who have made a quit attempt […]
Due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, and in keeping with its recent Board meetings, NHS Lincolnshire Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) will hold its Annual Public Meeting virtually via Microsoft Teams, […]
Covid vaccinations for healthy 12-15 year olds Following yesterday’s recommendation by the UK’s four Chief Medical Officers that healthy children aged 12-15 should be offered one dose of the Pfizer […]
Integrated Neighbourhood Working will be the theme of a networking event and jobs fayre organised by Boston Primary Care Network and the Boston Neighbourhood Team. The event will be […]
There are still more than 49,000 people in Lincolnshire aged 18-39 who have not come forwards for a covid vaccination.
Lincolnshire Clinical Commissioning Group is reminding eligible older patients to get the shingles vaccine to help prevent the painful infection.
Lincolnshire GPs are backing a national NHS campaign by urging patients to get their blood pressure checked during Know Your Numbers Week, which runs from the 6 to 12 September […]
A supplier to the NHS has advised us of a global shortage of some equipment used for taking blood tests.
It’s important to look after your health when moving away from home. This includes registering with a new GP and finding your local sexual health service. Here are our 5 […]
A database of emotional support options for men in Lincolnshire has been launched. A Better Way, by Lincolnshire charity HWLincs, offers one-to-one support, support options by contact method and happier […]
Fifty six percent (56%) of 16 and 17 year olds in Lincolnshire have already taken up the offer of a covid vaccination in the last two weeks.
On Friday 3rd, Saturday 4th and Sunday 5th September we are unable to run our Mass Vaccination Centre at the Lincolnshire Showground. Due to a pre-existing event there will be […]
Working with Dickinson’s Coaches a free shuttle bus service is being introduced in Boston to transport residents of Boston to the Princess Royal Sports Arena (PRSA) for their vaccinations.