Thank you for your interest in the Shaping our Future Clinical Services programme. This engagement period has now ended. We offer our thanks to everyone who has taken part.
We will now:
Cardiff and Vale University Health Board provides local healthcare services for people in Cardiff and the Vale of Glamorgan and is the main provider of specialist services for the people of south Wales and for some services, the whole of Wales and the wider UK. We are also a major teaching and research organisation and play a significant role in the Welsh economy. We are very proud of the role that we play within the NHS. As one of the largest and most complex NHS organisations in the UK, we face unique challenges in the way we develop our services, our staff and our buildings to deliver on our ambitions for the future.
There are a number of challenges facing our modern NHS. With a growing and ageing population, staff shortages and outdated hospital buildings, we must change the way we deliver care if we want to provide high quality, safe and sustainable care for the future. More recently, the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic has placed substantial pressure on our services and significantly increased demand across the NHS. Throughout the pandemic we have seen the best of our NHS, our staff have risen to the challenge to provide the best care to our patients despite demands. It has also required some practical changes to the way we treat our patients and has provided us with opportunities to accelerate some service improvements.
Please read our Shaping Our Future Clinical Services brochure to learn more about our proposed plans and how these may impact you.
We would then like you to participate in our survey and play your part.
We want to hear what you think about the ideas set out in the Shaping Our Future Clinical Services brochure. We are working closely with the South Glamorgan Community Health Council (CHC) and other partner organisations to make sure as many people as possible have the opportunity to learn about this programme and share their views.
At this stage, it is important that we hear your thoughts and opinions as we begin the development of our plans – this will help us to shape our thinking. This public engagement opportunity runs for 7 weeks from Monday 1st March – Monday 19th April 2021.
Cardiff North & West: 7-9pm, 8th March 2021
Cardiff South East & Central: 7-9pm, 10th March 2021
The Eastern Vale of Glamorgan: 7-9pm, 22nd March 2021
Central and Western Vale of Glamorgan: 7-9pm, 24th March 2021
Due to ongoing limitations to face-to-face meetings presented by the pandemic, all of these meetings will be held online via Zoom, hosted by the
South Glamorgan Community Health Council (CHC).
You can watch our past public engagement events on our YouTube channel here.
Call: 029 218 36078