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Welcome to South West Lincolnshire CCG

We are working together to improve the quality and delivery of health services for our patients
and to help people live longer and healthier lives.

Latest News

  • Bites and stings

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    Insect bites and stings are most common during the warmer summer months - they usually only cause minor irritation and clear up in a day.  In the UK you might be bitten by midges, mosquitoes, fleas, bedbugs, spiders, mites or ticks or stung by bees, wasps and hornets.

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  • Order your bank holiday prescriptions early

    With the bank holiday approaching on Monday 27 August South West Lincolnshire CCG is reminding patients to order their repeat prescriptions in plenty of time. 

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  • Children and young people - Have your say

    Children and young people

    When we think about GPs, hospitals etc. we often think about the older population.  However what we do know is that young people of Lincolnshire need effective, accessible advice, information and services that will support them now and in the future.  

    The four CCGs in Lincolnshire, who buy health services for the population, need the views of young people to help them plan services for children and young people. This survey will take 2-5 minutes to complete, there is also the chance to win a £50 high street voucher of the young person’s choice.

    Survey link: https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/GRJ8SVG

    Closing date: 17th August 2018

    Please share with children, grandchildren, nieces, nephews, family friends, local brownies and beaver groups etc. We would appreciate it if you could spread the word.

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    It 's time to double check that you have enough of your repeat prescription to last you through the coming bank hol… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…

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    Find out about all the latest work being done in the county on improving cancer services for patients in this colum… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…

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