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Source: The Lincolnshire Reporter Boston and Lincoln are among 22 locations where vacancies for family doctors are hardest to fill. The two Lincolnshire locations will now benefit from a national scheme to recruit trainee GPs in hard-to-recruit areas. Under the Targeted Enhanced Recruitment Scheme (TERS), run by NHS England and …

22nd January 2019
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A local mental health trust is showcasing best practice across the country for children and young people’s services. Dr Tracey Urquhart, Service Manager for Young Minds Matter the Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service (CAMHS) at Lincolnshire Partnership NHS Trust (LPFT), speaks at events around the country, demonstrating their high-quality …

21st January 2019
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Lincoln Transport Strategy drop-in sessions start next week, offering a chance to shape the future of travel and transport for the next twenty years. People living and working in Lincoln, along with businesses and other groups, will have the opportunity to ask questions and share their experiences, visions and ideas …

18th January 2019
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The Lincolnshire based mental health and learning disabilities trust was re-inspected by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) in October last year and has been rated Outstanding for its leadership and management, and retained an overall rating of Good. When the CQC last visited Lincolnshire Partnership NHS Foundation Trust in April …

17th January 2019
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New bereavement suites in Lincolnshire’s hospitals are helping to provide families with comfort and support following the death of a baby. The new suites, already open at Lincoln County Hospital and soon to be opened at Pilgrim hospital, Boston are there to make memories and give families and chance to …

11th January 2019
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Most people know the importance of good oral hygiene in our overall care, we can do much of the preventative care ourselves by making sure we have a good oral routine, however being able to access local dental services is also critical to this. We know in Lincolnshire that the …

10th January 2019
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Here is the latest issue of our bi-monthly newsletter, EMASNews, which is now available to download. Contents in this issue which we think you will find interesting are: Update from Pauline Tagg MBE, Chairman EMAS outlines action to help meet winter demand New service is launched to help patient care …

9th January 2019
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The local mental health and learning disabilities trust, has installed a new electronic patient record system produced by a company called Servelec. The new system, called RiO, is an easy-to-use application which captures all patient information safely and securely, to ensure staff have the right information at the right time …

8th January 2019
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This week the BBC ran an article highlighting the cost of missed appointments. Missed GP appointments ‘cost NHS England £216m’ We wanted to take this opportunity to look back as Healthwatch Lincolnshire raised this in 2014 as a significant problem with an estimated £6m price tab for Lincolnshire. During 2014 Healthwatch …

7th January 2019
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United Lincolnshire Hospitals NHS Trust (ULHT) has announced that it will phase in the reintroduction of public car parking charges at its hospitals over the coming weeks. The Trust teamed up with car parking management specialists ParkingEye to introduce a new automatic number plate recognition (ANPR) system at all of …

7th January 2019
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