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BMA pay disputes – Junior Doctors, Consultants and Specialist Doctors

The Welsh Government and BMA Wales’ three national committees representing consultants, SAS doctors and junior doctors have today agreed to formal negotiations about pay.

Judith Paget

Welsh Government working with partners to protect patient safety during third junior doctors strike

The Welsh Government, NHS Wales and the British Medical Association are working together to ensure patient safety is protected while junior doctors take strike action for the third time next week.

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Life changing mobility technology helps Ebbw Vale football coach amputee join in again

49-year-old Martin Padfield – an amputee of 24 years – can join in with his son's football team again thanks to Welsh Government funded specialist Microprocessor Controlled Prosthetic knees

Eluned Morgan (L)

New expectations of health boards to improve experience, speed up access and reduce emissions in emergency departments

Evidence-based approaches to speed up assessment times, reducing the time people wait to be admitted to hospital and a focus on sustainability are some of the ways new quality standards will help to improve Wales’ emergency departments.

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New clinical lead to help drive improvements in women’s health

On International Women’s Day, Health Minister Eluned Morgan welcomes the appointment of a new clinical lead for women’s health, who will help drive improvements in women’s health services across Wales.

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250 new healthcare professionals for Wales

250 nurses and doctors will be coming to Wales under a new agreement between Welsh Government and the Kerala Government.


Health Minister meets Tata Steel in Mumbai

The Health Minister has reiterated the Welsh Government’s support for the steel industry in Wales during her meeting with Tata Steel in India earlier today (Thursday 29th February).

Eluned Morgan (L)

More than £14m to improve emergency department at the Grange hospital

More than £14 million is being invested by the Welsh Government to extend and reconfigure parts of the Grange University Hospital emergency department, Health Minister Eluned Morgan has officially announced.

Welsh Government

Significant disruption expected but urgent care to continue during second junior doctors strike

Urgent and life-threatening care will continue to be provided during second junior doctors strike in Wales this week, but significant disruption is expected to other services.