Public Input and Involvement
We have already talked to over 18,000 people across the county and their feedback is helping us ensure that the new health and care model delivers what people need and improves the areas that currently don’t work so well.
All the views and comments we receive through this engagement will help inform the proposals, alongside the engagement carried out over the past 3 years.
Things need to change and we have looked at what is best for our whole population. This means making some difficult decisions. We will be continuing to engage with professionals, patients, families and carers, staff and the public to develop the options which will go out to public consultation.
For more information please see our Case for Change.
We will be seeking NHS England approval to consult but no final decisions will be taken on the changes to Lincolnshire’s health and care system until we have consulted with you the public. All the views and comments we receive through this engagement will help inform the proposals which will be formally shared with the public later this year in the full consultation.
What you’ve told us so far:
You can download a summary document with all the details of who we’ve engaged with in our documents section.
Where we’ve been and the type of groups we’ve been speaking to.
Feedback from the public has fed directly into our detailed discussions with our clinical leaders about the best solution for Lincolnshire.