Patients and the public are invited to the next Governing Body Meeting in public of NHS South Lincolnshire Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG), which takes place on Thursday, 29 June 2017 from 2.00pm at the Eventus Centre, Northfield Industrial Estate, Market Deeping.
A number of GP practices in the South Lincolnshire CCG area have recently undertaken mental health and wellbeing training for practice nurses.
The Care Quality Commission (CQC) has rated the quality of care provided by The Sheepmarket Surgery as ‘good’ following a recent inspection.
Lincolnshire West CCG, on behalf of all 4 CCGs within Lincolnshire, is pleased to announce that Thames Ambulance Service Ltd (TASL) will be the new provider of the non-emergency patient transport service for patients registered with a Lincolnshire GP.
PPG Awareness Week is 19 to 24 June, and aims to promote the role and benefit of PPGs (Patient Participation Groups) to patients, the public and health professionals.
New information about 35 health and wellbeing topics covering a range of areas including mental health, obesity, dementia, housing, major disease and road accidents has now been published and is live on the Lincolnshire Research Observatory website.
This Diabetes Week, which takes place from 11 to 17 June 2017, local GPs are raising awareness of the support available in South Lincolnshire, the symptoms to look out for and the things that people can do to reduce their risk of developing the condition.
During Heart Rhythm Week, June 5 to 11 June South Lincolnshire Clinical Commissioning group is encouraging people aged over 65 to get their pulse rate checked at their local GP practice.
NHS South Lincolnshire CCG is urging people to make sure they choose the most appropriate care particularly over the bank holiday weekend.
South Lincolnshire CCG has produced a list of tips to help people plan and ensure they receive the most appropriate and timely treatment:
The Care Quality Commission (CQC) has rated the quality of care provided by Moulton Medical Centre as ‘good’ following a recent inspection.
Following the ransomware cyber attack that affected NHS organisations in Lincolnshire, as of 4.30pm all Lincolnshire GP practices are able to offer a 'business as usual' service to patients, and have access to clinical systems. Back office functions may still be slow initially, so please bear with practices and their staff. Thank you for your understanding.