Closed Consultations

Here you can find a list of the health services the CCG has consulted on in the past. These consultations are now closed.

Name: Equality Delivery System 2 (EDS2)

Name: ULHT Reputation Survey

Name: Lincolnshire Community Pain Service

Name: Boston GP Practices Proposed Merger

Name: East Lindsey GP Practices Proposed Merger

Name: Louth GP Practices Proposed Merger

Name: Lincoln Walk-in-Centre Public Consultation

Name: Maternity Services in Lincolnshire

Name: Living With and Beyond Cancer 

Name: Medicines Management Consultation

 


Name: UHLT Reputation Survey

Date: Closesd 10 September 2017

The people of Lincolnshire were asked to share their views about United Lincolnshire Hospitals NHS Trust (ULHT) to help make its services better.

All Lincolnshire residents were invited to have their say on the reputation of ULHT, to find out what the public perception of the Trust is and how people form views about ULHT hospitals, with the aim of helping to turn our reputation around.



Name: Lincolnshire Community Pain Service

Date: Closed 20 September 2017

We are keen to hear your views on our developing community pain management service, by completing our patient survey.  

Additional Information: please review the current and proposed pathway which can be viewed here Patient pathway document


 

Name: Boston GP Practices Proposed Merger

Date: Closed Friday 29 September 2017

Stuart House Surgery and Westside Surgery, both part of Lincolnshire East Clinical Commissioning Group, decided to propose a merger and encouraged their registered patients to share their views, via a survey available online or as a hard copy available at both practices.  There was also opportunity for patients to attend one of two planned events around the merger proposal.

Additional Information:  See press release for further information, documentation and meeting dates


Name: East Lindsey GP Practices Proposed Merger

Date: Closed Monday September 25 2017

Three GP practices in the East Lindsey locality of Lincolnshire East Clinical Commissioning Group launched a three-month consultation on their proposed merger from Monday 26 June to September 25 2017. New Coningsby Surgery, Newmarket Medical Practice, and The Wolds Practice decided to propose a merger and encouraged their registered patients to share their views on the practices’ proposal, either via a survey available online or as a hard copy in each of the three practices, and/or by attending one of a series of planned events. 

Additional Information: See press release for further information, documentation and meeting dates


Name: Louth GP Practices Proposed Merger

Date: Closed Monday 9 October 2017

Two Louth-based GP practices launched a three-month consultation on their proposal to merge into one practice.

The Kidgate Surgery and James Street Practice have decided to propose a merger for a number of reasons; both practices strongly believe in, and are committed to, maintaining local provision of high quality general practice in our rural community, and both believe the best way to maintain, improve and deliver a high quality service to their patients is through a closer working arrangement in the form of a single practice.

Additional Information: See press release for further information, documentation and meeting dates


 

Name: Lincoln Walk-in-Centre Public Consultation

Date: Closed Friday 18 August 2017

This consultation was part of work to ensure healthcare services in Lincolnshire are of the highest quality and offer the best possible value for money.

Your local NHS needs to become more efficient to meet the challenges it faces. That includes avoiding duplication of services, and helping patients to make the right choices to get the right care, first time.

The Walk-in-Centre on Monks Road in Lincoln was established in April 2009 with the intention of providing easier access to health advice. Since 2014, a number of reviews have been carried out to understand how and why people access and use the Walk-in-Centre. These reviews enabled us to understand the needs of those attending the Walk-in-Centre to develop future models of health services.

Following these reviews, evidence suggests that many people who use the Walk-in-Centre do not need to do so, and can be treated more appropriately elsewhere. The NHS consulted with patients, the public and other key stakeholders on our proposals to close the Walk-in-Centre on Monks Road in Lincoln and offer alternative services by extending access to GP surgeries, further developing the NHS 111 telephone service, and supporting people to self-manage their health conditions.

The public consultation ran for 8 weeks starting on Monday 12 June to Sunday 6 August 2017.


Name: Maternity Services in LincolnshireMaternityServices

Date: Closed March 17 2017

Our vision is that Maternity services should be safe, personalised, kind, professional and family friendly.

Every woman should have access to information to make informed decisions and access support centred on individual needs and circumstances. 

As part of our journey towards delivering this vision, we are looking at developing Community Hubs to enable women to have access to care in their Community. 

We wanted to hear the views of patients and staff by completing an online survey.


Name: Living With and Beyond Cancer

Date: Closed February 24 2017

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The number of people living with a cancer diagnosis in the UK is set to double from more 

than two million in 2010 to four million by 2030. A pioneering new programme is being planned in Lincolnshire to transform how people live with and beyond cancer – and it needs your help. The project is in the early planning stages and the team behind the programme are keen for the views and experiences of people living with cancer, their loved ones, carers and health professionals to be at the heart of it.   

People across Lincolnshire were asked to make their voices heard by taking part in a simple online survey.


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Name: Medicines Management Consultation

Date: Closed on 18 November 2016

We consulted on how we spend our healthcare funds in order to get the greatest benefit for patients. We think the money spent on items that are readily available over the counter might be better spent on treatments, staff, and essential services that patients cannot get in any other way

This consultation asked for your views on the four Lincolnshire CCGs’ proposals to restrict the prescribing of:

over the counter/minor ailment medicines used for short-term, self-limiting conditions, 
gluten-free products, 
baby milk (including specialist infant formula) and 
oral nutritional supplements. 

However, these medicines and products will still be available for conditions where clinical need can only be met by prescriptions and no decision will be made until we have everyone’s views at the end of the consultation.

Supporting document:  pdf Please read all of the background information here (332 KB)

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