Previous consultations and engagement
On this page you can find details of previous consultations or engagement exercises which have closed.
If you click on the relevant section you are interested in, you will find relevant information and reports when these are made available.
The NHS in Lincolnshire has launched an app for mobile phones which shows where you can access urgent and emergency care services across Lincolnshire. We would like to gather feedback from members of the public who have heard of, or used the NHS WaitLess app.
Relocation of Meridian Medical PCN Enhanced Access Hub
As a patient of one of the Meridian Medical Primary Care Network (PCN) GP practices, we are encouraging you to share feedback on their proposal to relocate part of their Enhanced Access service.
The PCN is made up of East Lindsey Medical Group, James Street Family Practice, Tasburgh Lodge Surgery, and Marsh Medical Practice.
Children and Younger People Engagement – Asthma, Diabetes and Epilepsy
We want to hear from children and younger people, and their families, who use asthma, diabetes and epilepsy services in Lincolnshire, to help us identify what is working well and how you think we can improve services for the future.
NHS Lincolnshire Tobacco Dependency Service Engagement
Whether you are a smoker or a non-smoker, we want to hear your views and ideas to help us to develop the Tobacco Dependency Service in Lincolnshire.
VOICES Survey 2023 | End of life care
HWLincs is working with NHS Lincolnshire to improve the experiences of patients and those around them as they receive end of life care. By telling us your story, our health and care services can positively shape the end of life services within the county.
Developing Lincolnshire’s Living with Cancer Strategy 2023-28 Engagement
Through partnership working, the ICB wants to make sure that people living with cancer in Lincolnshire are supported at the right time, in the right place, by the right people and in the right way for them. Work started in early 2023 on drafting the fourth Lincolnshire Living with Cancer Strategy. Within the partnership, patient and stakeholder involvement is recognized as an essential way to find out if the priorities are still valid, and the work already carried out is having the right impact in the right places for our population.
Diabetes Prevention Engagement
The Diabetes Prevention project was led by the Health Inequalities Team.
The team needed to understand why there is a lack of engagement with the NHS Diabetes Prevention Programme (DPP) in Mablethorpe and explore how they could remove the barriers for those people who are at risk of diabetes.
Improving medication prescribing in Lincolnshire Engagement
Improving how we prescribe medication in Lincolnshire has been identified as a priority. The ICB is working with GPs, hospitals, community, and mental health trusts, learning disability services, social care, and the voluntary and community sector to improve the quality-of-care patients received.
Spalding GP Surgery Consultation
Following the Lincolnshire Community Health Service NHS Trust (LCHS) withdrawal from contract to operate Spalding GP Practice from the Johnson Community Hospital in Spalding, we carried out engagement to seek the views of registered patients and other key stakeholders on what is important to them for the provision of their medical services.
Musculoskeletal (MSK) Pathway for Hip and Knee Services Engagement
The aim of the engagement was to gain feedback from patients and the public across Lincolnshire to hear about their experiences of using MSK services and to hear from those patients that have not needed to use services to gather thoughts on the proposed new pathway (patients were able to click through the survey to what was applicable to them) and staff to hear about what is working well and how it could be developed further.
COVID-19 Vaccinations Engagement
As part of the response to the Coronavirus pandemic Lincolnshire has established a dedicated Inclusion & Health Equality Vaccination Team co-ordinating bespoke support for the vulnerable, disadvantaged and marginalised groups. The Engagement Team supported the wider Health Inclusion Vaccination Team with their engagement activities. Promotion of the covid vaccinations in Lincolnshire helped to increase vaccination up-take alongside work with health inclusion groups.