Back in December last year, Welsh Government launched a 3 month public consultation which proposed changing the Health Board boundary for the Bridgend population.
Cwm Taf University Health Board held its latest Board meeting on May 31st 2018 at Ynysmeurig House in Abercynon. This bulletin sets out the key messages from the meeting about healthcare provision in Cwm Taf. You can read the full Board papers here but if you have any queries or questions about the issues discussed please do not hesitate to contact the communications team at [email protected]
A £1.5m Centre designed to transform care and support for people living with dementia will be launched by Cwm Taf University Health Board today.
The Health and Wellbeing Centre, based at the Ysbyty George Thomas site in Treorchy, is a vital part of the Health Board’s strategy to deliver the highest quality dementia care to individuals and their families across the South Wales Valleys.
Staff at Cwm Taf University Health Board will plant 70 trees across their hospital and community healthcare sites to commemorate the 70th anniversary of the NHS.
A five year plan to develop more job and training opportunities; give babies a better start in life, and improve the mental health of young people has been launched by a collective of public sector and voluntary organisations across Cwm Taf.