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Options laid out for future of children's services at Pilgrim Hospital

A lack of paediatric staff is the cause of five options being put to the United Lincolnshire Hospital's Trust on Friday on the future of children's services at Pilgrim Hospital.
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Allergy Awareness Week - April 23 to April 29.

NHS raising awareness of allergies as part of week long campaign

Lincolnshire East CCG is supporting Allergy Awareness Week which takes place from tomorrow (Monday, April 23) to Sunday, April 29.

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NHS staff and patients to celebrate ‘Experience of Care Week’

NHS staff, patients and their families and carers are to celebrate the work to improve their experiences of care across health and social care services in Lincolnshire East CCG area during ‘Experience of Care Week’ 2018.

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Former Everton midfielder Kevin Sheedy is backing the campaign to raise awareness of the symptoms. EMN-181204-101733001

Alarmingly low symptom awareness of bowel cancer in the East Midlands

Latest figures reveal that more than a quarter of people in the East Midlands (26%) named one of the five most common bowel cancer symptoms, and only 1% could name all five

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Support for IBS Awareness Month

Support for IBS Awareness Month

NHS Lincolnshire East Clinical Commissioning Group is backing IBS Awareness Month throughout April to help raise awareness of irritable bowel syndrome (IBS)

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European EMS2018 Championship winners.

EMAS crowned World Champions at competition in Copenhagen

A team of experienced paramedics from the East Midlands Ambulance Service (EMAS) are ‘elated’ after being crowned world champions at a medical competition held in Copenhagen.

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Children’s services are ‘fragile’ says trust

A statement from the trust which runs the county’s hospitals has said children’s services at Pilgrim Hospital are ‘fragile’ adding they were ‘currently safe, but we may not be able to maintain all services at the hospital’.

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Trust which runs Lincolnshire hospitals to reduce agency staff to ‘make savings’

Trust which runs Lincolnshire hospitals to reduce agency staff to ‘make savings’

United Lincolnshire Hospitals Trust said it will look to reduce the amount of agency staff at its hospitals in order to make savings.

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Staffing levels leads to call for review of children’s paediatrics services across Lincolnshire

Concerns over staffing levels have lead to a review into children’s paediatric services in Lincolnshire hospitals.

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School saves Rasen sports hall from closure

Market Rasen Sports Hall has been saved from closure after a deal between De Aston School and the leisure operator.

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Hospital fire , norovirus outbreak and cyber attack among reasons for missing trust target

Hospital fire , norovirus outbreak and cyber attack among reasons for missing trust target

A hospital fire, a norovirus outbreak, a cyber attack and ‘unprecedented winter pressure’ have been blamed as among the reasons for United Lincolnshire Hospitals Trust forecast to miss its deficit control target by more than £5 million.

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Family trauma inspires Rasen super slimmer

It has been a year of ‘hell’ for teacher Nicola Lumb after her mother-in-law died suddenly, her father had two heart attacks, and her husband and daughter 
were in a car crash.

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'One-stop shops' for cancer diagnosis are being trialled by the NHS

Programme to reduce premature deaths gets a five year extension

A service offering adults free health checks to spot the signs of high blood pressure and heart disease is set to be extended for the next five years across Lincolnshire.

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Book your next holiday with Lincolnshire Co-Op and help support Prostate Cancer UK. EMN-180904-115617001

Book your next trip with Lincolnshire Co-Op and support a worthy cause

Holidaymakers across the county can support Prostate Cancer UK when booking their next break or trip away at a Lincolnshire Co-Op travel branch.

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NHS Lincolnshire East CCG: Don’t put your health at risk by opting out

As people in Lincolnshire are living for longer, NHS leaders in the county are urging older patients to not put their health at risk by opting out of bowel cancer screening.

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Greater Lincolnshire hospital trusts: Errors or near misses seen by staff

More than one in four people working in Lincolnshire’s hospitals who responded to an NHS staff survey said that they had seen errors or near misses that could have hurt patients.

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Katie Rowles, right, with Spa General Manager Gemma Leafe, left, and Spa manager Lyndsey Willis

Rasen therapist takes on cancer care course

A Market Rasen health and beauty therapist is taking part in specialist training to ensure people touched by cancer can enjoy first-class spa treatments.

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LISTED: The conditions you can’t get prescriptions for and the treatments banned by the NHS

Prescriptions for some ‘over the counter’ remedies such as paracetamol and cold treatments have been cut after NHS officials voted in favour of money-saving plans.

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Advice from Public Health England this Easter

Public Health England (PHE) East Midlands is reminding people across the region to take care of their health this Easter.

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Flu jabs.

Flu fighters accept call to arms across Lincolnshire

NHS Trusts in Lincolnshire saw some of the most improved rates for staff uptake of the seasonal flu vaccine this winter.

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