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Emas to hold first aid sessions in Bourne and Stamford

Emas to hold first aid sessions in Bourne and Stamford

Emas to hold first aid sessions in Bourne and Stamford

25 November 2015

East Midlands Ambulance Service, or Emas, will hold free first aid sessions in Bourne and Stamford this week.


Deepings man (91) is 1,000th patient treated by Peterborough City Hospital service

Deepings man (91) is 1,000th patient treated by Peterborough City Hospital service

Deepings man (91) is 1,000th patient treated by Peterborough City Hospital service

25 November 2015

The pacemaker implantation service at Peterborough City Hospital has successfully treated its 1,000th patient.


Huge response to consultation on Stamford Hospital parking charges

Huge response to consultation on Stamford Hospital parking charges

Huge response to consultation on Stamford Hospital parking charges

24 November 2015

The introduction of parking charges at Stamford Hospital will be discussed at a board meeting after a huge response to a public consultation.


Ten per cent of GPs set to quit due to overwork and sinking morale

Ten per cent of GPs set to quit due to overwork and sinking morale

Ten per cent of GPs set to quit due to overwork and sinking morale

24 November 2015

One in 10 GPs feel so overworked and disillusioned that they are ready to quit their jobs within the next year, a poll on behalf of the Royal College of GPs has found.


Warning not to use drugs unnecessarily as antibiotics resistant illness risk grows

Warning not to use drugs unnecessarily as antibiotics resistant illness risk grows

Warning not to use drugs unnecessarily as antibiotics resistant illness risk grows

23 November 2015

Medical chiefs are warning Lincolnshire residents against using antibiotics unnecessarily this winter as the risk of drug resistant illnesses grows.


Appeal for donors as figures reveal 28 people have died waiting for organs in Lincolnshire and 82 still waiting

Appeal for donors as figures reveal 28 people have died waiting for organs in Lincolnshire and 82 still waiting

Appeal for donors as figures reveal 28 people have died waiting for organs in Lincolnshire and 82 still waiting

20 November 2015

In Lincolnshire 82 people are on the UK’s waiting list for a transplant and 30 have been waiting longer than two years, nine more than five years.


Quitting smoking would lift 96,000 people in the East out of poverty

Quitting smoking would lift 96,000 people in the East out of poverty

Quitting smoking would lift 96,000 people in the East out of poverty

07 November 2015

New figures from Action on Smoking and Health (ASH) show that of the 455,000 households in the East that include an adult smoker 158,000 (35%) are below the poverty line.


Fireworks party first aid advice from St John’s Ambulance

Fireworks party first aid advice from St John’s Ambulance

Fireworks party first aid advice from St John’s Ambulance

06 November 2015

Leading first aid charity St John Ambulance is urging everyone to learn some basic first aid skills ahead of the Bonfire Night celebrations.


Greetham teenager Holly tries scuba diving for This Girl Can campaign

Greetham teenager Holly tries scuba diving for This Girl Can campaign

Greetham teenager Holly tries scuba diving for This Girl Can campaign

04 November 2015

Eighteen-year-old Holly Newton successfully tried scuba diving on Saturday as part of a quest to try 52 sports in 52 weeks.


New air ambulance for Lincolnshire

New air ambulance for Lincolnshire

New air ambulance for Lincolnshire

03 November 2015

A new, faster, more spacious air ambulance is expected to be responding to medical emergencies in Lincolnshire from next year.


Hospitals trust to host wellbeing day

Hospitals trust to host wellbeing day

Hospitals trust to host wellbeing day

02 November 2015

Peterborough and Stamford Hospitals Trust is holding a cancer wellbeing day.


Slimmer’s success will help others

Slimmer’s success will help others

Slimmer’s success will help others

27 October 2015

A slimmer who transformed her life by losing two stone is using her success to shape a whole new career helping other people change their lives for the better too.


Rutland and Melton school nurse recognised for mental health work

Rutland and Melton school nurse recognised for mental health work

Rutland and Melton school nurse recognised for mental health work

26 October 2015

A children’s community liaison nurse who works in schools in Rutland and Melton has been recognised for her work in the National Positive Practice in Mental Health Awards.


New head of midwifery at Peterborough hospital trust

New head of midwifery at Peterborough hospital trust

New head of midwifery at Peterborough hospital trust

26 October 2015

A new head of midwifery has been appointed at Peterborough City Hospital.


Celebrating the work of our hospital heroes at awards ceremony

Celebrating the work of our hospital heroes at awards ceremony

Celebrating the work of our hospital heroes at awards ceremony

24 October 2015

The doctors, nurses and health workers who go the extra mile were recognised at the annual Outstanding Achievement Awards this week.


Free checks for mouth cancer at West Road Dental Practice in Oakham

Free checks for mouth cancer at West Road Dental Practice in Oakham

Free checks for mouth cancer at West Road Dental Practice in Oakham

24 October 2015

A dental practice in Oakham is offering free oral cancer health checks to everyone in Rutland during November.


Have your say on hospital parking

Have your say on hospital parking

Have your say on hospital parking

21 October 2015

Stamford Hospital bosses have launched a consultation on parking charges.


Archaeologists set for dig at Stamford Hospital

Archaeologists set for dig at Stamford Hospital

Archaeologists set for dig at Stamford Hospital

20 October 2015

A team of archaeologists from Cambridge University Archaeological Unit will be conducting a dig at Stamford Hospital.


Warning to parents after cancer-causing asbestos found in children’s crayons

Warning to parents after cancer-causing asbestos found in children’s crayons

Warning to parents after cancer-causing asbestos found in children’s crayons

20 October 2015

The news that traces of asbestos have been found in children’s crayons in Australia and Canada should be treated seriously says the UK Asbestos Training Association (UKATA).


Bourne health workers rewarded for going ‘above and beyond’

Bourne health workers rewarded for going ‘above and beyond’

Bourne health workers rewarded for going ‘above and beyond’

19 October 2015

Dedication, commitment and service above and beyond the call of duty were honoured at Lincolnshire Community Health Services NHS Trust (LCHS) annual Celebrating Success Awards.


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