Your voice counts
We are keen to hear your views, so that we can continue to work to improve the health services that we provide in South Lincolnshire.
Please check this section for our latest consultations and opportunities to give your feedback.
We are currently seeking patient views on the aspects of local healthcare below. We would really appreciate you taking the time to have your say and get involved.
Consultations and Surveys
Public consultation launches on the future of GP services for patients previously registered at Pennygate Health Centre
South Lincolnshire Clinical Commissioning Group has launched a public consultation on the future of GP services for patients previously registered at the Pennygate Health Centre, Spalding.
The consultation will run for three months until 31 December 2018, and will ask all Spalding residents, including patients previously registered at the Pennygate Health Centre, to share their views and concerns either via an online survey, by completing a paper copy of the survey, and/or by attending one of five consultation events to be run in Spalding from mid-October to mid-December.
The consultation events will run as follows:
- Wednesday 17 October, 3pm-5pm at South Holland Centre, 23 Market Place, Spalding PE11 1SS
- Tuesday 30 October, 6pm-8pm at St Barnabas Day Centre, 2 Clover Way, Spalding PE11 3GD
- Thursday 15 November, 6pm-8pm at Spalding Primary School, Woolram Wygate, Spalding, PE11 1PB
- Friday 30 November, 10am-12pm at Pennygate Foundation, 204 Pennygate, Spalding PE11 1LT
- Friday 14 December, 2pm-4pm at Johnson Hospital, Rooms 124&125, Spalding Road, Spalding PE11 3DT
Complete our online survey
The survey is available online via the link below or by telephoning 01522 573939 to request a paper copy, which can be posted to you. Alternatively, you can collect a paper copy from the Johnson GP Centre at the Johnson Community Hospital, Spalding.
Survey link: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/PennygateGP
Share your views and experiences
There are many demands on the healthcare system nationally and that means we have to work differently so that local people have the best possible care both now and in the future. We need to keep hearing your experiences and stories to make sure we’re doing it right.