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Previous consultations and engagement

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  • Spalding GP Surgery Consultation
    Patients at a GP surgery in Spalding are being informed they will be automatically registered at an alternative GP surgery as early as October this year as part of plans to transform services in the area.

    Spalding GP Surgery based at the Johnson Community Hospital in the town provide primary care medical services to over 3000 patients.

    Since 2018, services at Spalding GP Surgery have been provided by Lincolnshire Community Health Services NHS Trust (LCHS).  The contract that is currently in place with LCHS ends on the 30 September 2022.

    LCHS have decided not to extend their contract, however, they have agreed to continue providing services at Spalding GP Surgery until an alternative service is in place.

    NHS Lincolnshire Integrated Care Board (ICB), previously known as NHS Lincolnshire Clinical Commissioning Group), have now outlined plans to undertake a managed list dispersal through an Expression of Interest process.

    This means that when the Expression of Interest process has been completed, patients registered at Spalding GP Surgery will be automatically registered at an alternative GP surgery.

    In a letter sent to patients, Sarah-Jane Mills, Director of Primary Care, Communities and Social Value at the ICB reassured patients that during this process, they should continue to access services at Spalding GP Surgery as normal and encourages patients to share their views about what is important to them when accessing local primary care medical services.

    To have their say, patients could complete an online survey (or collect a paper copy from the surgery). Patients were also invited to attend one of a series of drop-in events where they can talk to a member of the NHS team about the process. Find out more.

    This consultation is now closed but you can still have your say, If you didn’t get a chance to complete the survey, there is still the opportunity to share your experiences and/or feedback, please contact us licb.involveus@nhs.net.
  • Musculoskeletal (MSK) Hip and Knee Pathway - Public Survey
    We are improving and re-designing the Musculoskeletal (MSK) pathway for hip and knee services in Lincolnshire. We are committed to engaging with our public and staff to ensure that your voices are heard and ensure that you are aware and given the opportunity to shape future plans for the new MSK pathway for hip and knee services in Lincolnshire.

    We have carried out a wide range of engagement with those patients and staff using and delivering the proposed new pathway to ensure that we listen to your feedback on any improvements and adaptations that could be made to improve the experience and the treatment and care that patients receive.

    This survey is now closed but you can still have your say, If you didn’t get a chance to complete the survey, there is still the opportunity to share your experiences and/or feedback, please contact us licb.involveus@nhs.net.

  • Feedback on Community Diagnostic Centre 2 (CDC)
    The NHS in Lincolnshire is currently working on the delivery of Community Diagnostic Centres (CDCs) across Lincolnshire. We are committed to engaging as widely as possible and in particular ensuring that members of the public are aware of future plans for the development of community diagnostic centres (CDC) in Lincolnshire and given the opportunity to help shape these.

    We have previously engaged on what is important to the public in delivering diagnostic services and this feedback informed the development of our first CDC in Grantham which has recently opened and started treating patients. We are now asking for your views on our next phase of CDCs.

    This survey is now closed but you can still have your say, If you didn’t get a chance to complete the survey, there is still the opportunity to share your experiences and/or feedback, please contact us licb.involveus@nhs.net.