Maesteg Hospital is currently undergoing a refurbishment of its facilities to develop the site into a health and wellbeing centre for the local community. This is an exciting opportunity for Cwm Taf Morgannwg University Health Board to develop and enhance services to improve the care people receive in better facilities.
After having a cough (not persistent) for a few weeks, 33 year old A&E staff nurse Carly Davies started experiencing symptoms of COVID-19.
It is extremely important that parents with children under five years of age who are due for their routine immunisations continue to attend appointments at your local GP surgery to ensure protection from diseases that may be circulating.
Community nursing teams across Wales are being asked to work differently during the pandemic, and health visitors and school nurses in Cwm Taf Morgannwg have risen to the challenge.
A remarkable joint effort by the doctors, nurses, allied healthcare workers, pharmacists and staff of the Estates department at the Princess of Wales Hospital, Bridgend has resulted in the development of a 43-bedded specialist Respiratory High Care Unit.