Patients and the public are invited to the next Governing Body Meeting in public of NHS South West Lincolnshire Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG), which will take place on Wednesday, 23 January 2019, from 11am in the Royal Oak Boardroom, which is located in the CCG’s offices at Bridge House, The Point, Lions Way, Sleaford NG34 8GG.
As we approach Cervical Cancer Prevention Week 21 to 27 January 2018, South West Lincolnshire CCG is reminding people that cervical cancer can kill, yet regular screening helps save thousands of lives every year.
Lincolnshire Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs) are encouraging everyone, particularly visitors to hospitals and care homes, to adopt good hand hygiene this winter.
Did you know that it’s not too late to get your flu vaccination from your GP practice or local pharmacy?
A new process is being introduced to give Lincolnshire residents more say about what happens to them if they need emergency care or treatment.
January is a time when many of us want to give our body a break and start looking after our health again.
Cutting the amount of alcohol you consume is a good start and a whole month off alcohol is really good for your health. It boosts your energy levels and improves your sleep, but it also gives you a sense of achievement and can save you money too.
South West Lincolnshire CCG is encouraging everyone to put wellbeing at the top of their New Year resolutions list and stay fit and healthy using some simple and effective health tips.
How healthy are you? This January, join the 2.5 million people who have taken the One You health quiz and get your free personalised score with advice on how to be healthier.
Quitting smoking is the best thing you’ll ever do for your health, your family and your wallet! So this January, join the millions who’ve already gone smoke free.
South West Lincolnshire CCG is encouraging everyone, particularly children and those visiting hospitals and care homes, to adopt good hand hygiene this winter.
Christmas is not far off now and for most people attention turns, if it hasn’t already, to spending time with family and friends, and the giving and receiving of presents. However, people across Lincolnshire are being asked to give blood over the festive season too.