South Lincolnshire Clinical Commissioning Group has today, Monday 1 October 2018, launched a public consultation on the future of GP services for patients previously registered at the Pennygate Health Centre, Spalding.
Autumn is here and the nights are drawing in, so it’s really important we take the time to look after ourselves, and one of the best things we can do is get the flu jab.
South Lincolnshire Clinical Commissioning Group is once again supporting Stoptober – which aims to encourage smokers across England and Wales to make a quit attempt during October. There are now one million fewer smokers in England than there were in 2014 and around 1,000 smokers quit every day on average, one every 80 seconds.
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, 27 September 2018, from 2.30pm at the Springfields Events & Conference Centre, Camel Gate, Spalding PE12 6ET.
Do you know someone working in the NHS who deserves extra praise and recognition?
Has a doctor, nurse or other health care professional gone that extra mile to help you or someone you know? Then why not consider nominating them for a Lincolnshire Health Award?
People across Lincolnshire are being urged to talk to their GP if they are concerned that either they or a friend or relative has dementia.
South Lincolnshire Clinical Commissioning Group will be holding its Annual Public Meeting at the Springfields Event Centre, Spalding, on Thursday 27 September 2018.
South Lincolnshire CCG is supporting World Sepsis Day, Thursday 13 September 2018, to raise awareness of the condition and the signs to look out for.
Sepsis is a condition caused by your body’s immune system responding abnormally to an infection, which can lead to tissue damage, organ failure, and death. The infection can start anywhere in your body; it may be only in one part, or it may be widespread.
A new website and app have been launched in Lincolnshire to help people find the most appropriate health care service for their medical needs.
The ASAPLincs website and app has been built using the very latest attendance data from Lincolnshire’s emergency departments.
Migraines affect 8 million people in the UK and the World Health Organisation has rated it among the most disabling lifetime conditions. But it’s still very much a misunderstood condition, which at its worst can leave people incapacitated for 24 hours – with sufferers often reporting they have to lie down in a darkened room for two or three hours.
NHS South Lincolnshire CCG has pledged to help save lives by supporting Organ Donation Week, September 3-9 2018.