NHS Lincolnshire Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) will today begin a formal consultation exercise on the future of four of our hospital services. This 12-week public consultation runs from today, Thursday 30 September, until Thursday 23 December.
(Please note this is not public information until 2pm on Thursday 30 September)
It will enable people from across the county, including our staff, to have their say on how these services might be delivered in the future.
The services being consulted on are:
- Orthopaedic surgery across Lincolnshire
- Urgent and emergency care at Grantham and District Hospital
- Acute medical beds at Grantham and District Hospital
- Stroke services across Lincolnshire
As part of this consultation, information will be shared about the services mentioned above, how they operate now, the challenges faced and the proposals for how they could be improved for the benefit of our staff and the population of Lincolnshire.
We want to engage and involve you in this conversation –helping to shape what the future of these services look like together. Staff are encouraged to share their views using the consultation questionnaire.
As the consultation progresses, there will be a number of consultation events held around the county. These events include public meetings, virtual meetings, marketplace meet-ups and website events. In addition, the website and social media pages will be sharing information throughout the consultation.
We understand that you may have particular questions or concerns about the proposed changes. Full details about the public consultation, the service review process and proposals, and all the ways to get involved can be found (from 2pm on 30th September) on the Lincolnshire NHS website here: https://www.lincolnshire.nhs.uk
If your question is not answered on these pages, then please contact your manager, who will help you find the information you need. You can also contact email@example.com or 01522 421860 Monday – Friday 9am – 5pm.