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Cardiff & Vale University Health Board news for October


A new obstetric unit has been opened at the University Hospital of Wales

Cardiff and Vale University Health Board have opened a new Welsh Government funded obstetric suite at the University Hospital of Wales to improve patient experience. Read more

NHS Wales launches Veterans Trauma Network to support those returning from Service with physical injuries.

On the 3rd October, the Deputy Minister for Housing and Local Government, Hannah Blythyn AM, officially launched Veterans Trauma Network Wales (VTN Wales). Read more

Cardiff Doctor working on new treatment for Type 1 Diabetes receives prestigious award

Dr Mohammad Alhadj Ali receveived the prestigious “Future Leaders for Clinical Diabetologists” Award from the European Foundation for the Study of Diabetes EFSD at a ceremony held during their annual meeting in Barcelona in September 2019. Read more

Breast cancer patients make a splash thanks to free swim sessions

The Breast Centre at University Hospital Llandough will soon be offering swim and exercise sessions free of charge for those who have been through surgery for breast cancer at Splash Central, Cardiff. Read more

CAV Staff urged to protect themselves and their loved ones by receiving the annual flu jab.

Cardiff and Vale UHB is encouraging its members of staff, especially those that work on the frontline of patient care, to get their flu vaccination as soon as possible. Read more

Remembering our lost little ones this Baby Loss Awareness Week

A number of events are being held throughout Cardiff and Vale University Health Board to mark Baby Loss Awareness Week which falls between 9th-15th October 2019. Read more

Cardiff & Vale Health Charity helps fund Employee Wellbeing Services

Cardiff & Vale Health Charity is delighted to announce they will be funding additional members of staff for the Employee Wellbeing Service (EWS) which is aimed at helping staff members who are suffering from mental health issues. Read more

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