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NHS board meeting open to the public

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The next meeting of the Board of Directors for Lincolnshire Partnership NHS Foundation Trust will take place in public on Thursday, 26 July 2018 at 9.00am at the Trust’s Headquarters, St George’s, Long Leys Road, Lincoln, LN1 1FS.

Once again, the Board will hear, first hand, about patient experiences of Trust services.  A report from the Chief Executive will be received, in addition to a performance report, setting out the Trust’s progress against the key performance targets it has to meet for quality, activity and finance.

The Trust’s Director of Operations, Ian Jerams, will present a report on a multi-agency review of mental health crisis services in Lincolnshire and the Medical Director, Dr Sue Elcock, will report on medical staff safe working hours and the Trust’s learning from deaths. The Board will also give consideration to the appointment of a new Deputy Chair and Senior Independent Non-Executive Director.

Paul Devlin, Trust Chair, said: 

Our board meetings give people a chance to find out more about the work of the Trust and the services we provide for the community of Lincolnshire. The public are very welcome to attend and listen to the discussions and to submit questions to us at the beginning of the meeting if they wish.

This meeting is open to members of the public and interested parties.  To register your interest in attending the meeting and/or to table a question, please contact Karen Scott on 01522 309175, or email karen.scott@lpft.nhs.uk.