Posts Tagged ‘reorganisation’

Annual Report from Dr. David Bailey, Chairman of GPC Wales

Friday, February 26th, 2010

Last weekend we attended the Welsh Conference of Representatives of Local Medical Committees. Here is the annual report which Dr David Bailey, Chairman of GPC Wales delivered. Since last year’s report the world has changed. We are now in the worst recession for decades – a situation not of our making but one which will [...]

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Welsh GP leader’s LMC speech – a new NHS Wales fit for patients, not managers

Thursday, June 11th, 2009

This year’s UK Conference of Local Medical Committees is currently underway at BMA House. Dr David Bailey, Chair of GPC Wales has just delivered his speech to delegates, detailing the forthcoming priorities for the newly reformed NHS Wales. Here are some of the key points from the speech… Dr Bailey’s outlined how a reorganised NHS [...]

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BMA Welsh Council Chair features in Western Mail column

Monday, April 20th, 2009

This may be of interest to members. Please take the time to read this column. Share:

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Headway being made on NHS reorganisation

Thursday, January 8th, 2009

Yesterday, BMA Cymru Wales held its second Policy day regarding the current plans for restructuring the Welsh NHS. The day was well attended by members and I really do think those able to make it, took away a great deal, including a large dose of reality from BMA Scotland’s Chair of GP committee, Dr Dean [...]

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Are BMA’s worst fears becoming a reality?

Thursday, October 16th, 2008

The ink is yet to dry on the Health Minister’s announcement on the second stage consultation concerning the reorganisation of our NHS. Yet already there are jungle drums raising concerns about a potential “take over” of primary care and community care, and done deals. BMA Cymru Wales, in its response to the first stage of [...]

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BMA Cymru Wales response to Health Minister’s statement on NHS reorganisation

Monday, October 6th, 2008

BMA Welsh Secretary Dr Richard Lewis said: “We welcome the Minister’s statement but are concerned that it raises more questions than actual answers. We need greater detail and clarification from the Minister and time to consult fully with our members in order to be in a position to give a detailed response to todays statement.” [...]

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