Many volunteers have come forward to support the Lincolnshire Covid-19 vaccination programme, and as we approach the end of National Volunteers Week (1-7 June), NHS Lincolnshire CCG would like to recognise their valuable contribution.
The volunteers have taken on a range of rolls at our centres including car parking duties, the welcome and exit team, and shift managers to name a few, and they are playing an invaluable role in the drive to help protect those residents of Lincolnshire.
The CCG has supporting National Volunteers Week this year (1-7 June) by recognising the huge contribution our volunteers have played in the roll out of the vaccination programme across Lincolnshire.
Our teams of volunteers have played an integral role at our two mass vaccination sites at the Lincolnshire Showground and PRSA, Boston, as well as at our 13 PCN sites across the county.
Martin Fahy, Director of Nursing and Quality at NHS Lincolnshire CCG said:
“Without the huge army of volunteers we would not have been able to roll out the largest vaccination programme in the history of the NHS. They have played a crucial part in the delivery of the programme, and we would like to thank each and every one of them for their hard work and dedication during a period of unprecedented demand on the NHS”.