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  • Prince Charles Hospital set for multi-million pound makeover

    Thursday, 14 December 2006, Welsh Government
    Prince Charles Hospital in Merthyr Tydfil has been awarded a £64.7m funding package for major redevelopment and refurbishment work, Health Minister Dr Brian Gibbons has announced.

  • Don't drink and drive this Christmas

    Tuesday, 12 December 2006, Welsh Government
    Welsh Assembly Government support for the annual campaign is part of its response to Health Challenge Wales.

  • Minister opens new Osteoporosis and Bone Densitometry unit at Llandudno General Hospital

    Monday, 11 December 2006, Welsh Government
    Dr Brian Gibbons has officially opened the new osteoporosis and bone densitometry unit at Llandudno General Hospital.

  • Ambulance Services in Wales Report

    Monday, 4 December 2006

    Health Minister Dr Brian Gibbons today welcomed the publication of the review of the Welsh Ambulance Services NHS Trust.

  • Schools DVD helps young people tackle their health

    Monday, 4 December 2006, Welsh Government
    First Minister Rhodri Morgan joined Welsh rugby star Gethin Jenkins to launch a new DVD to help young people understand the importance of looking after their health.

  • First Minister congratulates £10m medical charity ‘win’ for Cardiff-Swansea collaboration

    Friday, 1 December 2006, Welsh Government
    First Minister Rhodri Morgan has congratulated the successful joint bid by Cardiff University (Swansea University) and Morriston Hospital for £10million research programme funded with the Healing Foundation to research new methods of healing tissue affected by burns.

  • £30m improvements to mental health services

    Friday, 1 December 2006, Welsh Government
    Plans to replace outdated mental health facilities with new state-of-the-art services in South Wales have been approved by the Welsh Assembly Government with more than £30million capital funding.

  • £4.3m Package for Improving School Food

    Thursday, 30 November 2006, Welsh Government
    A package of measures to support local authorities and schools in driving forward improvements to school food through a whole school approach is being announced today (Wednesday 29 November 2006) by Jane Davidson, Minister for Education, Lifelong Learning and Skills.

  • Healthy Start rolls out across Wales

    Wednesday, 29 November 2006, Welsh Government
    Health Minister Dr Brian Gibbons has welcomed a new scheme that will benefit families from low income households by providing free milk and fresh fruit and vegetables for children and mums-to-be.

  • Smoking Ban Regulations Move Forward

    Tuesday, 28 November 2006, Welsh Government

    Following a comprehensive 12-week consultation the final draft smoke-free regulations were published today along with a full consultation report.

  • Healthy Start scheme launches nationwide

    Monday, 27 November 2006

    Healthy Start, launched across the UK today, will help families from low income and disadvantaged households, by giving free vouchers for milk and fresh fruit and vegetables to children and pregnant mothers.

  • Therapy Strategy - a First for Wales

    Thursday, 23 November 2006, Welsh Government
    Wales' first strategy for therapy services was unveiled by the Health Minister Brian Gibbons today.

  • Introduction of the Mental Health Bill

    Monday, 20 November 2006
    More protection for public and patients as flagship legislation is published

  • First Minister says “don’t forget that flu jab”

    Thursday, 16 November 2006, Welsh Government
    First Minister Rhodri Morgan has today [Wednesday, 15 November] highlighted the importance of the seasonal flu vaccine in protecting people's health particularly those in the 'at risk' groups.

  • Minister gets active to celebrate lottery awards

    Monday, 13 November 2006, Welsh Government
    Hordes of young people will enjoy an action-packed day-out in North Wales today, as they join Welsh Assembly Government Sports Minister, Alun Pugh, to celebrate the announcement of seven new projects that aim to get people in Wales out of their armchairs and into the local wilderness to explore.

  • Edwina Hart opens extended services at alcohol rehabilitation centre

    Friday, 10 November 2006, Welsh Government
    An initiative that will help rehabilitate women with alcohol problems will be officially opened by Social Justice Minister Edwina Hart today.

  • Health Minister urges Health Commission Wales to consider consultation responses carefully

    Thursday, 9 November 2006, Welsh Government

    Health Minister Dr Brian Gibbons today (Wednesday 8th November) asked Health Commission Wales to consider their proposal for the future of neurosciences in the light of new issues that have arisen during the consultation.

  • Health Commission Report - State of Healthcare 2006

    Thursday, 2 November 2006, Welsh Government
    The Healthcare Commission has published its third report on the state of healthcare in England and Wales, focusing for the first time on the experience of patients.

  • Launch of the Service Development and Commissioning Directives for Respiratory Conditions

    Tuesday, 31 October 2006, Welsh Government

    The Welsh Assembly has continued to demonstrate its commitment to improving and redesigning the management of chronic conditions by launching Service Development and Commissioning Directives for Respiratory Conditions for public consultation. 

  • Funding boost for MS patients in Wales

    Monday, 30 October 2006, Welsh Government

    Health Minister Dr Brian Gibbons today announced an additional £700,000 to meet the increasing demands for high cost drugs to treat Welsh patients with Multiple Sclerosis. 

  • Staff urged to 'Teach Germs a Lesson'

    Friday, 27 October 2006, Welsh Government

    A new booklet to give teachers information to help reduce the risk and effectively deal with gastrointestinal infections is being circulated to all primary and secondary schools in Wales.

  • Waiting times continue to fall in Wales

    Wednesday, 25 October 2006, Welsh Government

    Patients in Wales are continuing to receive treatment faster Health Minister Dr Brian Gibbons said today as the monthly waiting times for Wales were published. 

  • New centre to help people in Mountain Ash live healthier lives

    Friday, 20 October 2006, Welsh Government
    People in the Cynon Valley will be able to get help and advice about how to live a healthier life thanks to a new centre, which was opened by Wales' First Minister Rhodri Morgan.

  • Free seasonal 'flu vaccinations

    Friday, 20 October 2006, Welsh Government

    Free 'flu vaccinations are available to all people over 65 and to younger people in certain at-risk groups.

  • NHS Wales links with Sub-Saharan Africa and other developing health systems

    Tuesday, 17 October 2006, Welsh Government
    The First Minister, Rhodri Morgan AM, launched the Welsh International Sustainable Development Framework on 04 October 2006. 

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