Healthwatch Lincolnshire is your local champion, working to ensure quality, accessible health and social care is available for everyone in Lincolnshire.
This work is funded by the Department of Health and commissioned by Lincolnshire County Council who works closely with our local services.
Why is Healthwatch Lincolnshire
important to you?
You SPEAK, we LISTEN, we ACT and together change happens.
The power of the collective voice makes all the difference in helping to change our health and social care.
You may know of someone who has experienced abuse, neglect or malpractice while being cared for.
Share your experience with us in a confidential and independent environment.
Together we can bring about change.
So what services does Healthwatch Lincolnshire want to hear about?
Any health and social care service you receive, this includes areas such as A & E Departments Ambulance Service, Care Homes, Day Centres, GPs, Home Care Support, Hospitals, Medical Centres, NHS Consultants, NHS Dentists, Opticians, Outpatient Services, Pharmacists, Special Care and Specialist Services.
Healthwatch Lincolnshire held its first Annual General Meeting on 22 May and voted in a new board. Healthwatch Lincolnshire welcomes the new board to their roles and looks forward to the challenges ahead.
The new board consists of six new members who will join forces with the existing board members to steer the work of Healthwatch Lincolnshire over the next three years.
The board was presented with its first Annual Report, which may be down-loaded from the web site.
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Currently two ‘Quick Polls’ are being run, and also a survey on Immunisation and Screening.
If you would like to take part please visit the web site.