Lincolnshire LMC looking for event sponsorship to celebrate NHS staff

Lincolnshire LMC looking for event sponsorship to celebrate NHS staff

Around 1,000 NHS GP staff from across Lincolnshire will be thanked for their work during the COVID-19 pandemic at a special event on 15th July at Lincolnshire Showground, organised by Lincolnshire LMC, featuring Professor Jonathan Van-Tam.

It comes as overstretched GPs saw their workload increase by more than 40% during the pandemic, and event organisers, the Lincolnshire Local Medical Committee (LMC), want to give something back to the doctors on the frontline.

To make the event possible, because the organisation will not use NHS funds for this event, they are seeking sponsorships from local businesses.

This is an opportunity to showcase your products and services to a high number of Lincolnshire professionals and to support us in thanking our NHS general practice staff for their dedication throughout the pandemic.

Rosa Wyldeman, operations officer at the LMC, said: “The workload of an already overstretched general practice increased by over 40% during the pandemic and it will not be reverting back.

“These frontline NHS staff put aside their own fears about the virus to ensure care continued.

“We would like to recognise their huge achievement, having massively changed the way they worked in the face of adversity to ensure that patient care continues to be accessible to all.

“We will also be thanking them for giving up their days off to support the vaccination programme. We will bring all Lincolnshire general practice staff together after such a long battle through the pandemic, with inspirational speakers including Prof Jonathan Van-Tam.”

The LMC is a not for profit organisation that supports the county’s GPs and their practice teams.

More information about the event and sponsorship opportunities is available here.

If you would like to exhibit or discuss sponsorship further, please get in touch with Rosa via or by phoning 01522 576659/07554 512010

Black and white picture of person holding stethoscope like a heart, with text "recognition and reflection conference" with blue NHS logo

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