Find out more about Lincolnshire sustainability and transformation partnership (STP) including details of its population size, constituent organisations and priorities.
- Neighbourhood teams will focus on prevention and proactive care, with several services in the community coming together to reduce unnecessary hospital admissions.
- Community hospitals and primary care hubs will be part of the neighbourhood team network in delivering care in the community and closer to home.
- Keeping people well and healthy by raising awareness of the importance of self-care and leading healthy, independent lives. Social prescribing will help people access services to support them in their own personal health and wellbeing and a directory of services will signpost people to useful community groups.
- Hospitals will primarily support those patients who require emergency or planned care.
- Resilient specialist mental health inpatient facilities are already being developed, including a psychiatric intensive care unit, to reduce the number of patients who need to
travel out of county for appropriate care.
The following organisations are part of Lincolnshire STP. For individual contact details for these organisations, please see the NHS website.
- East Midlands Ambulance Service NHS Trust
- Lincolnshire Community Health Services NHS Trust
- Lincolnshire East CCG
- Lincolnshire Partnership NHS Foundation Trust
- Lincolnshire West CCG
- South Lincolnshire CCG
- South West Lincolnshire CCG
- United Lincolnshire Hospitals NHS Trust
Other organisations involved:
- Age UK – Lincoln and North
- Alzheimers UK
- Diabetes UK
- Healthwatch Lincolnshire
- LACE Housing
- Lincolnshire Care Association
- Lincolnshire Community and Voluntary Service
- Macmillan Cancer Support
- Marie Curie
- St Barnabas Hospice
- Stroke Association
- The Peoples Partnership
Contact Lincolnshire STP
STP leader: John Turner, Chief Officer, South Lincolnshire CCG