Posts Tagged ‘restructuring’

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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2009 resolution to the WAG “Don’t leave doctors out in the cold this New Year”

Wednesday, December 31st, 2008

As Chair of Welsh Council, I, like Richard would like to wish everyone all the best for the New Year. I’d also like to elaborate on Richard’s comments about the challenging times facing doctors in the Welsh NHS, in 2009. As we face another reorganisation of the NHS we could well ask ourselves “what is [...]

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Dedication of doctors in Wales shines through

Tuesday, December 30th, 2008

On the Friday before Christmas, one of my relatives unfortunately had a fall and fractured a wrist. I had to accompany my relative to our local Accident and Emergency Department, at a well-known Trust in Wales. I have to say that the whole experience – while not one I doubt anyone would particularly choose – [...]

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