NHS Wales

What is NHS Wales known for?


largest teaching

; that saw the abolition of 22 Local Health Boards (LHBs) and seven NHS Trusts that had existed since 2003. The award from the APP created controversy. Following a meeting of Psychotherapists and Counsellors for Social Responsibility, a Letter of Concern by Andrew Samuels, Joanna Ryan, and Mary Lynne Ellis expressing dismay at the invitation to Socarides to give the annual APP lecture was circulated. Tertiary In recent years, the service (Service (economics)) sector in Wales has seen above average growth, however, in 2005 it still contributed a small share of GVA compared with most other regions of the UK. Eurostat: Wales - Economy Wales does not have a favourable occupational structure, and a relatively high proportion of jobs are in public administration, health (NHS Wales) and education (Education in Wales). Beyond 20 20 WDS - Table View Compared to more prosperous parts of the UK, Wales lacks high-value added (value-added) service sector employment in sectors such as finance (financial services), business services and research and development. Julian Hodge Institute of Applied Macroeconomics Annual Lecture 2005 This is attributable in part to a comparative lack of agglomeration effects (economies of agglomeration), caused by the small size of towns and cities in Wales compared to some other UK regions and small countries. Economic Futures for Wales


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) reported the population in Wales as 2,903,085. The main population and industrial areas are in South Wales, consisting of the cities of Cardiff, Swansea and Newport and surrounding areas, with another significant population in the north-east around Wrexham. According to the 2001


significant population

) reported the population in Wales as 2,903,085. The award from the APP created controversy. Following a meeting of Psychotherapists and Counsellors for Social Responsibility, a Letter of Concern by Andrew Samuels, Joanna Ryan, and Mary Lynne Ellis expressing dismay at the invitation to Socarides to give the annual APP lecture was circulated. Tertiary In recent years, the service (Service (economics)) sector in Wales has seen above average growth, however, in 2005 it still contributed a small share of GVA compared with most other regions of the UK. Eurostat: Wales - Economy Wales does not have a favourable occupational structure, and a relatively high proportion of jobs are in public administration, health (NHS Wales) and education (Education in Wales). Beyond 20 20 WDS - Table View Compared to more prosperous parts of the UK, Wales lacks high-value added (value-added) service sector employment in sectors such as finance (financial services), business services and research and development. Julian Hodge Institute of Applied Macroeconomics Annual Lecture 2005 This is attributable in part to a comparative lack of agglomeration effects (economies of agglomeration), caused by the small size of towns and cities in Wales compared to some other UK regions and small countries. Economic Futures for Wales


criticism

11 April 2014 Political Criticism The performance of the NHS in Wales has been used by David Cameron as an illustration of mismanagement by Welsh Labour. Criticism is chiefly about waiting times for diagnostics and surgery, the absence of a Cancer Drugs Fund and the fact that very few private providers are used to keep waiting lists down. The Welsh border has been described by David Cameron as ‘a line between life and death’.


business service

Direct Wales *List of hospitals in Wales References External links * NHS Wales website * Welsh Government website * NHS Direct Wales Category:NHS Wales Category:Health in Wales Category:Welsh Government thumb The Coal Exchange (File:Coal Exchange, Cardiff.jpg) Today, Cardiff is the principal finance and business services (service (economics)) centre in Wales


created

Government . NHS Wales was originally formed as part of the public health system for England and Wales created by the National Health Service Act 1946 with powers over the NHS in Wales coming under the Secretary of State for Wales in 1969. Responsibility for NHS Wales was passed to the Welsh Government under devolution in 1999 and has since then been the responsibility of the Welsh Minister for Health and Social Services.

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accessdate 2012-03-18 located beside Drybridge House. ''), which was originally formed as part of the NHS structure for England and Wales created


drugs

11 April 2014 Political Criticism The performance of the NHS in Wales has been used by David Cameron as an illustration of mismanagement by Welsh Labour. Criticism is chiefly about waiting times for diagnostics and surgery, the absence of a Cancer Drugs Fund and the fact that very few private providers are used to keep waiting lists down. The Welsh border has been described by David Cameron as ‘a line between life and death’.

: www.sochealth.co.uk 2014 10 24 daily-mail-claims-welsh-nhs website Socialist Health Association accessdate 24 October 2014 It defending the decision not to set up a Cancer Drugs Fund as in England, on the ground that the fund's own chair has admitted it provides funding for cancer drugs which have ‘no impact on survival’ and ‘uncertainty as to whether quality of life is improved or not’ and pointed out that the All-Wales Medicines Strategy Group got new drugs


low number

to Welsh town by thousands author Turner, Robin work Western Mail publisher WalesOnline date 8 January 2004 accessdate 25 November 2010 though a 2007 study showed a relatively low number of employed immigrant workers from the former Eastern bloc countries in Wales compared to other regions of the United Kingdom.


large national

, Admiral Insurance, HBOS, Zurich (Zurich Financial Services), ING Direct, The AA (The Automobile Association), Principality Building Society, 118118 (118 118 (UK)), British Gas (Centrica plc), Brains (SA Brain & Company Ltd), SWALEC Energy (SWALEC) and BT (BT Group), all operate large national or regional headquarters and contact centres in the city, some of them based in Cardiff's office towers such as Capital Tower (Capital Tower, Cardiff) and Brunel House


social

and Social Services minister2_name minister2_pfo deputyminister1_name deputyminister1_pfo deputyminister2_name deputyminister2_pfo chief1_name Dr. Andrew Goodall chief1_position Director General for Health and Social Services and Chief Executive of NHS Wales chief2_name Simon Dean chief2_position Deputy Chief Executive of NHS Wales agency_type parent_department

Government . NHS Wales was originally formed as part of the public health system for England and Wales created by the National Health Service Act 1946 with powers over the NHS in Wales coming under the Secretary of State for Wales in 1969. Responsibility for NHS Wales was passed to the Welsh Government under devolution in 1999 and has since then been the responsibility of the Welsh Minister for Health and Social Services.

: www.wales.nhs.uk sitesplus 888 page 44942 title About Us publisher Public Health Wales date 19 November 2013 accessdate 11 September 2014 The current Health Boards were created on 1 October 2009 following a reorganisation of NHS Wales ref>

NHS Wales

'''NHS Wales''' ( ) is the publicly funded healthcare system (publicly-funded health care) of Wales and is the responsibility of the devolved Welsh Government.

NHS Wales was originally formed as part of the public health system for England and Wales created by the National Health Service Act 1946 with powers over the NHS in Wales coming under the Secretary of State for Wales in 1969. Responsibility for NHS Wales was passed to the Welsh Government under devolution in 1999 and has since then been the responsibility of the Welsh Minister for Health and Social Services.

NHS Wales provides emergency services and a range of primary care, secondary care and specialist tertiary care services. District General Hospitals provide outpatient, inpatient and accident and emergency services and a network of community hospitals are run by GPs. Specialist hospitals provide services such as burns units, plastics and cardiac surgery. NHS Wales also funds GP services, dental services, pharmacies and sexual health services. Community services are also provided which includes district nurses, health visitors, midwives and community based speech therapists (speech therapy), physiotherapists (physiotherapy) and occupational therapists (occupational therapy).

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