17th September 2019

Following the Healthy Conversation 2019 Workshops which took place in Boston in June, Lincolnshire NHS is now inviting patients and local residents to discuss comments and feedback from the first events in more detail at a second round of workshops. The aim is to gather further views and continue our conversations, with as many people as possible.

The Healthy Conversation 2019 workshop will take place at The New England Hotel, 6pm-8pm on Thursday 10th October. Attendees, who are required to pre-book, will discuss concerns about travel and transport and proposed service changes, specifically within stroke and women’s and children’s services with senior clinicians.

Mrs Liz Ball, Chief Nurse, Lincolnshire East CCG, said: “The conversations we had with everyone who attended the previous workshop in Boston were invaluable.”

“We would encourage as many people as possible to come along and share their views with us when we return to Boston on the 10th October. We are looking forward to having another opportunity to meet and hear from local residents as we continue with our Healthy Conversation 2019 engagement.”

There are limited spaces at the workshop and, if over-subscribed, places will be allocated by ballot and a waiting list will be used to fill any cancellations. In addition to the workshops, staff from Lincolnshire’s NHS will be out and about across the county over the coming weeks, talking to the public about Healthy Conversation 2019.

If you would like to attend please email your name and a contact number to lhnt.hc2019@nhs.net or phone 01522 307307 by 4pm on 03/10/2019. You will receive confirmation of your place by return email or over the phone by 4pm on 04/10/2019.

In addition to these face to face workshops, senior clinicians are inviting Lincolnshire’s public to keep asking them any questions they have about changing NHS services. To do so, please submit your question in writing by 4pm on 07/10/2019 using the above contact details.  

For further information please visit Healthy Conversation 2019 get involved

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