We want to keep you as up to date as possible with the latest developments relating to COVID-19, across Lincolnshire’s NHS. Please see below for our most recent news.
Lincolnshire’s first ever drive through vaccination centre will open its doors on Friday (10/7/20) this week, to 50 12-13 year olds to receive the first dose of their Human Papillomavirus Virus (HPV) vaccination.
The team behind Grantham’s new temporary 24/7 Urgent Treatment Centre (UTC) has welcomed 366 patients through the door in its first full week of operation
There are so many individuals throughout Lincolnshire's NHS who have gone the extra mile during the pandemic - now it's is your chance to help recognise those efforts and nominate someone for the national COVID-19 Honours.
From Wednesday, 1 July, family and friends will once again be able to visit their loved ones staying at the county’s four community hospitals.
The team behind Urgent Treatment Centres at Lincoln, Skegness, Boston, Louth and Peterborough – rated as Outstanding for responsiveness by the CQC in their most recent report – has opened the doors to the latest addition to the family today Monday (22/6/20).
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