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Booster jabs for over 40s and second doses available to 16-year-olds

Booster jabs for over 40s and second doses available to 16-year-olds

Booster jabs for over 40s and second doses available to 16-year-olds

People aged over 40 can now book their booster jab if eligible and 16 to 17-year-olds their second dose, as the national booking service opens.


Ask advice if you have memory problems

Ask advice if you have memory problems

Ask advice if you have memory problems

In the weekly Health Matters column, members of Lincolnshire Clinical Commissioning Group discuss memory loss and dementia.


Calls for Government support with brain and heart healthcare

Calls for Government support with brain and heart healthcare

Calls for Government support with brain and heart healthcare

An MP has campaigned for a brain injury bill.


Nurses union speak out on vaccine mandate

Nurses union speak out on vaccine mandate

Nurses union speak out on vaccine mandate

A nurses union has spoken out against a decision to make Covid-19 vaccinations mandatory for all NHS staff.


Health protection team is working with staff at Spalding care centre

Health protection team is working with staff at Spalding care centre

Health protection team is working with staff at Spalding care centre

Education chiefs have confirmed a Covid outbreak at a care centre.


Covid tests compulsory for hospital visitors

Covid tests compulsory for hospital visitors

Covid tests compulsory for hospital visitors

Changes to a hospital policy will require visitors to do a negative lateral flow test before entering.


Take care, not just antibiotics

Take care, not just antibiotics

Take care, not just antibiotics

In the weekly Health Matters column, Lincolnshire CCG members look at antibiotic use.


Hospital needs your help over communication

Hospital needs your help over communication

Hospital needs your help over communication

A hospital is launching a new campaign to improve its communication and it needs your help.


Struggle to find stroke staff

Struggle to find stroke staff

Struggle to find stroke staff

Health bosses have spoken of the serious struggle to attract stroke specialists to our area.


Mandatory vaccines could affect staffing levels

Mandatory vaccines could affect staffing levels

Mandatory vaccines could affect staffing levels

Mandatory Covid-19 vaccinations for care staff haven't resulted in a mass exodus but could still have a negative impact.


A&E departments at breaking point with ambulance handover delays and overcrowding

A&E departments at breaking point with ambulance handover delays and overcrowding

A&E departments at breaking point with ambulance handover delays and overcrowding

Ambulance handover delays and overcrowding at Lincolnshire A&E departments have reached breaking point, says a report.


Dementia patients face a long wait for diagnosis

Dementia patients face a long wait for diagnosis

Dementia patients face a long wait for diagnosis

Patients with suspected dementia and their families are experiencing long delays waiting for an important diagnosis.


Big queue for 'extremely busy' vaccine centre

Big queue for 'extremely busy' vaccine centre

Big queue for 'extremely busy' vaccine centre

A patient has hit out the 'ridiculous' queue at a new vaccine centre.

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Talking about mental health

Talking about mental health

Talking about mental health

In his weekly Hayes in the House column, MP John Hayes discusses Mental Health Awareness Month

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