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South Lincolnshire Clinical Commissioning Group is committed to delivering a community pain management service in Stamford




Delivering a community pain management service in Stamford has been identified as one of the challenges for South Lincolnshire Clinical Commissioning Group - but it is committed to doing so.

Patients at Monday’s Lakeside Stamford Patient Participation Group meeting were told that the service, which was run in Stamford by the NHS, ended because the clinical commissioning group responsible for this type of service ‘forgot to include’ Stamford when it was changing the provision.

Sue Prior, an active member of the Lakeside Healthcare Patient Participation Group, said that as a result of this, South Lincolnshire Clinical Commissioning Group had to award the contract to an outside provider, Connect Health, last November.


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