Our most senior doctors, nurses, and health professionals working throughout the NHS in Lincolnshire, have collectively reviewed health care services and are recommending a series of changes to the way in which we deliver care to you. This need for change is outlined in this message.
What is the Healthy Conversation 2019?
Healthy Conversation 2019 is a discussion about what, and how, we need to change to ensure that our health, and health service is fit for the future. It will continue throughout the year. Formally, this is referred to as ‘engagement’ but in practice it’s simply a conversation between the NHS and you, the Lincolnshire public, about what is important to you, what feedback and experiences you want to share, and above all, how you would like to see our health service continue to improve. This is where you come in.
Throughout 2019 we’ve asked for your help. We all support the NHS and want to see it improve. A recent Healthwatch Lincolnshire survey highlighted that the public’s top health care concerns included self-care and prevention, cancer and mental health. We want you to continue to tell us what’s important to you so that you can access the right support, take the lead in your own care, and look after those around you.
We are currently collating all of the responses we have received to date and will publish the results shortly. If you would like to get in touch please contact us.
Find out more and get involved at: https://www.lincolnshire.nhs.uk/healthy-conversation