Here you can find a list of the health services the CCG has consulted on in the past. These consultations are now closed.
Date: This survey closed on 28 June 2018
We wanted the views of local people about the minor injuries service at Grantham and aunched a survey which will run for four weeks.
Date: This survey closed on the 20th of September 2017
We wanted to hear your views on our developing community pain management service, by completing our patient survey.
Additional Information: please review the current and proposed pathway which can be viewed here Patient pathway document
Date: This survey closed on the 18th of August 2017
This consultation is part of work to ensure healthcare services in Lincolnshire are of the highest quality and offer the best possible value for money.
Your local NHS needs to become more efficient to meet the challenges it faces. That includes avoiding duplication of services, and helping patients to make the right choices to get the right care, first time.
The Walk-in-Centre on Monks Road in Lincoln was established in April 2009 with the intention of providing easier access to health advice. Since 2014, a number of reviews have been carried out to understand how and why people access and use the Walk-in-Centre. These reviews enabled us to understand the needs of those attending the Walk-in-Centre to develop future models of health services.
Following these reviews, evidence suggests that many people who use the Walk-in-Centre do not need to do so, and can be treated more appropriately elsewhere. The NHS consulted with patients, the public and other key stakeholders on proposals to close the Walk-in-Centre on Monks Road in Lincoln and offer alternative services by extending access to GP surgeries, further developing the NHS 111 telephone service, and supporting people to self-manage their health conditions.
The public consultation ran for 8 weeks starting on Monday 12 June to Sunday 6 August 2017.
Date: This survey closed on 18th November 2016
We consulted on how we spend our healthcare funds in order to get the greatest benefit for patients. We think the money spent on items that are readily available over the counter might be better spent on treatments, staff, and essential services that patients cannot get in any other way
This consultation asked for your views on the four Lincolnshire CCGs’ proposals to restrict the prescribing of:
• over the counter/minor ailment medicines used for short-term, self-limiting conditions,
• gluten-free products,
• baby milk (including specialist infant formula) and
• oral nutritional supplements.
However, these medicines and products will still be available for conditions where clinical need can only be met by prescriptions and no decision will be made until we have everyone’s views at the end of the consultation.
Supporting document: Please read all of the background information here