Lincolnshire East CCG works in partnership with a wide range of organisations including district and local councils, the emergency services, voluntary and community groups to help us achieve our objectives.
Lincolnshire Community Health Services NHS Trust provides community healthcare services for the population of Lincolnshire, one of the largest healthcare communities in the country, covering an area of 2,350 square miles and a population of 723,000.
Lincolnshire Prescribing and Clinical Effectiveness Forum (PACEF) is a strategic advisory network with the responsibility for ensuring the cost-effective use of medicines and other healthcare interventions and their functional integration into healthcare delivery across Lincolnshire.
The United Lincolnshire Hospitals NHS Trust provides a wide range of healthcare services across Lincolnshire. It operates across four main hospitals and also delivers care in other hospitals across Lincolnshire.
Lincolnshire Partnership NHS Foundation Trust provides specialist health services for people with a learning disability, mental health or drug or alcohol problem.
East Midlands Ambulance Service provides emergency and urgent care, patient transport, call handling and clinical triage services across the East Midlands, including Lincolnshire.
In terms of geographic area, Lincolnshire Police is one of the largest forces in the United Kingdom covering 2,284 square miles. The NHS in Lincolnshire works closely with Lincolnshire Police to help prevent and tackle crime.
Lincolnshire County Council
There are seven District Councils in Lincolnshire
- Boston Borough Council
- East Lindsey District Council
- Lincoln City Council
- North Kesteven District Council
- South Holland District Council
- South Kesteven District Council
- West Lindsey District Council
Information on the key issues affecting Lincolnshire has never been so easy to find on the new Lincolnshire Research Observatory website.