Current surveys and consultations

Your voice counts

We are keen to hear your views, so that we can continue to work to improve the health services that we provide in East Lincolnshire.

Please check this section for our latest consultations and opportunities to give your feedback.

We are currently seeking patient views on the aspects of local healthcare below. We would really appreciate you taking the time to have your say and get involved.

Consultations and Surveys

Share your views and experiences

There are many demands on the healthcare system nationally and that means we have to work differently so that local people have the best possible care both now and in the future. We need to keep hearing your experiences and stories to make sure we’re doing it right.

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The Sidings Medical Practice Procurement Patient Engagement events and patient survey (open until 30 January 2020)

Lincolnshire Community Health Services (LCHS) currently provide services at The Sidings Medical Practice in Boston under a short-term caretaking contract, which is due to end on the 30 September 2020. We want to engage with patients, their families and carers to find out their views, before a full procurement process to find a new provider commences.

We will be holding two patient engagement events to give patients an opportunity to shape what services are offered as part of the new contract. These will be held at the Len Medlock Voluntary Centre, St. George’s Road, Boston, PE21 8YB, on:

  • Monday, 13 January 2020, 1:30pm – 3:30pm

  • Thursday, 16 January 2020, 6:00pm - 8.00pm

In addition to the events, we have launched a patient survey, to enable us to gather the views of our patients and to help us secure local GP services that meet patient needs. We would really value your feedback. 

📝 Survey link:

Paper copies are also available in the practice, or by telephoning 01522 515309. 

The closing date for completion of the survey is 30 January 2020.

Closed consultations

View a list of the health services the CCG has consulted on in the past >>