The Health Service Watchdog for North Wales – Caring for Your Health Care


Your independent health service watchdog for North Wales is known as the North Wales Community Health Council (NWCHC).
Community Health Councils are organisations that represent the interests of patients, their carers and relatives as well as the interests of the public in the National Health Service (NHS).
North Wales Community Health Council (NWCHC) believes that the public and users of the health service are the true experts in their own health and wellbeing.
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The NHS must consult the CHC about changes in local and national services and we make sure your experiences of services – whether that’s in hospital, at the GP surgery, the dentist, pharmacy, care home or elsewhere – really count.

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Please note: We do not give clinical health care advice or treatment. If you are looking for medical help or advice please contact NHS Direct Wales on 0845 46 47 for 24 hour, confidential advice and information.  Calls are charged at the local rate and there is a translation service available.  If you have a health problem which requires urgent treatment call the Ambulance Service on 999.  If you are looking for an up to date list of GP Practices, Dentist, Pharmacies or Opticians then please go to the Local Health Board
North Wales Community Health Council is the operational name of the Betsi Cadwaladr Community Health Council


Last updated: 03 October 2013