How to get involved

We want people across Lincolnshire to get involved and to have their say. If you live in or use these services in Lincolnshire, we would really welcome your views on their future because the final decision about these four NHS services may affect you.

Click here to see a detailed public consultation strategy and consultation plan, as well as full event listings and contact information.

How can I get involved in this consultation?

We will be offering a mix of ‘virtual’ methods of consultation, such as on-line discussion forums, as well as face-to-face events, where appropriate and safe. We will continue to adapt our consultation activities in line with any changes to national or local guidance regarding the COVID-19 pandemic during the consultation period.

We are publicising this consultation widely to encourage as many people as possible to provide their views. This includes those people we know are usually less likely to engage with such a process.

This consultation will run for 12 weeks from insert dates. There are lots of ways you can find out more about it:

  • Browse through this website for further detail on all sections of this document, films, FAQs and much more
  • Read the full Pre Consultation Business Case document, that contains the full detail behind the preferred options and their selection
  • Look through the consultation materials distributed to local outlets e.g. consultation booklet, Easy Read booklet, awareness flyer to local households
  • Attend one of our events, either online or face-to-face. If you can’t make one of the events listed in our schedule, you can watch our event film to learn what is talked about here
  • Talk to us when you see us out and about in market places, supermarkets and community venues
  • NHS staff can attend one of our staff engagement events to learn what this might mean for them. Your line manager will have more information

You can respond to the consultation by:

This document is available in other languages and formats . To request alternative formats or if  you require the services of an interpreter, please contact us on 01522 307515, or email us.

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