Health bosses will bid for further funding to pay for plans in Lincolnshire
Health bosses in charge of a review into hospital services across Lincolnshire are gearing up to bid for further funding for future plans.
Officials at the Lincolnshire Sustainability and Transformation Partnership intend to lodge an application to the government for further funding this year.
It was revealed last year that proposals for hospitals in the region would cost around £450 million over the next decade, with “suggested changes” in the acute services review costing £52 million alone.
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