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27 April 2016
Dr Frank Atherton has been appointed Wales’ new Chief Medical Officer, the Welsh Government announced today.
 
05 April 2016
£43m will be invested over the next year to improve access to primary care and continue to move more services out of hospitals and into local communities.
 
05 April 2016
Around 250 people are diagnosed with HCC in Wales each year and it is expected that more than 100 will benefit from Sorafenib being made available.
 
05 April 2016
New law ensures people will have the right support services at the right time, gives carers greater rights and strengthens powers to safeguard vulnerable children and adults.
 
04 April 2016
GPs in Wales are now able to access health board’s occupational health services thanks to a £200,000 investment from the Welsh Government
 
04 April 2016
Action to reduce the number of people in some of South Wales’ most deprived communities from dying prematurely from cardiovascular disease will be extended across Wales
 
02 April 2016
Children’s oral health in Wales has experienced the most significant improvement since records began, the latest survey of five-year-olds shows.
 
01 April 2016
The service is the first of its kind in North Wales and will give people living in Prestatyn a wider range of healthcare professionals than the two medical practices it is replacing.
 
01 April 2016
£60m is to be invested over the next year to ensure children, adults and older people in Wales receive joined up health and social care services
 
31 March 2016
New dedicated teams of staff to provide hands-on support for people with mental health needs will be set up in Welsh hospitals.
 
30 March 2016
The number of consultants, doctors, nurses, midwives and paramedics working in the Welsh NHS has reached a record high, new figures released today show.
 
30 March 2016
The Welsh Ambulance Service responded to nearly half of all calls to people with an immediately life-threatening illness or injury within just six minutes in February 2016.
 
30 March 2016
The Welsh Ambulance Service will receive 94 new vehicles thanks to a £10.3m investment from the Welsh Government, Health and Social Services Minister Mark Drakeford announced today.
 
29 March 2016
The number of people with diabetes admitted to hospital in an emergency has fallen by 5% in the last five years, a new report published today shows.
 
28 March 2016
From this month, people who have had cataract operations and those with suspected glaucoma will receive follow-up treatment and checks at their local optometrists instead of in hospital.
 
24 March 2016
Blaenau Ffestiniog’s new community health centre will see modern health services delivered closer to people’s homes.
 
24 March 2016
Patients will have access to a wider range of services following the £5m refurbishment of Tywyn Hospital, Health and Social Services Minister Mark Drakeford said during a visit today.
 
24 March 2016
Health and Social Services Minister Mark Drakeford has announced the purchase of land for the Cylch Caron Integrated Resource Centre in Tregaron
 
24 March 2016
Fewer people in Wales are dying and more are surviving conditions such as cancer, diabetes, stroke and heart disease thanks to action taken by the Welsh Government and NHS Wales to improve services.
 
24 March 2016
Health and Social Services Minister Mark Drakeford today launched the Centre for Excellence in Rural Healthcare at an event in Aberystwyth.
 
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