At Cardiff and Vale University Health Board, we’re Shaping Our Future Wellbeing

Shaping Our Future Wellbeing is the 10-year strategy for transformation and improvement at Cardiff and Vale University Health Board.

We believe that everyone should have the opportunity to lead longer, healthier and happier lives. But with an ageing population and changing lifestyle habits, our health and care systems are experiencing increasing demand.

We need to rapidly evolve to best serve the needs of the public and ensure that we’re able to offer sustainable health services for everyone, no matter their circumstance.

So we’ve embarked upon a programme of transformation called Shaping Our Future Wellbeing that will support, enable and set the pace for purposeful change.  

It’s all about ‘Caring for people, keeping people well’, providing our community with integrated health and social care that’s most appropriate for their needs, as close to home as possible.

Our Latest News

Colleagues from health, academia and industry met yesterday for MediWales Connects. Here are the highlights of the all-Wales NHS collaboration conference

NHS Wales staff with improvement projects are invited to apply for a place at the academy, which supports in leading the adoption of their project across Wales.

Matt Temby, Director of Operations for CD&T, has received a personal award from the Innovation Team for his continued support of innovation initiatives.

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The Spread and Scale Academy: Monday 30th September to Thursday 3rd October! #Join #SignUp now. Healthcare #innovation in #Wales. 👉 #NHS #Wales

8 July 2019


Looking forward to hearing about your work and welcoming @drstuartwalker to @CV_UHB and the Clinical Senate on 27th September. 1.30 til 3.30pm, LT4 UHW. Also up are one of 2019 HSJ finalists from the Parkinson's service. See you there for sandwiches beforehand!

5 July 2019


We've launched a new campaign to help people know their Primary Choice for accessing the health advice they need. #WeArePrimaryCare #PrimaryChoice

5 July 2019