Cwm Taf Morgannwg University Health Board provides primary, community, hospital and mental health services to the 450,000 people living in three County Boroughs: Bridgend, Merthyr Tydfil and Rhondda Cynon Taf.
At Cwm Taf Morgannwg providing great health care to our community is our number one priority. Our 65 – 84 and 85+ age groups are projected to have the largest increase by 2036, when an estimated one in four people in Wales will be aged 65 and over. These projections will have significant implications for the way in which we design and provide our increasingly integrated health and social care services, so that we can help the people living in our communities to live long and healthy lives, free from the limiting effects of multiple chronic conditions.
At Cwm Taf Morgannwg we believe in innovation to make improvements to clinical care. We are especially proud of our Academic Centre in Merthyr Tydfil, which is helping to train future doctors in community medicine.
Read more about our organisation, including our vision and mission statement, here.
Read more about our hospitals here.
Read more about the services we provide here.
We are ideally situated between Wales’ capital city Cardiff to the south, the coastal town of Porthcawl to the west, and the stunning scenery in the Brecon Beacons National Park to the north. We operate within a vibrant community, rich with history and heritage.
As a visitor to Cwm Taf Morgannwg, you can explore the breathtaking beauty of the mountains, waterfalls and woodlands found in Brecon Beacons National Park, which contains some of the finest walking country in Europe. You’ll uncover the treasures of Cyfarthfa Castle Museum and Art Gallery, the Cynon Valley Museum Trust, and the Pontypridd Museum. Lose yourself in a tranquil stroll along the beaches of Ogmore-by-Sea and Dunraven Bay. Take a journey through time aboard a vintage steam train on the Brecon Mountain Railway. Or brave the trails and jumps of BikePark Wales, a must-visit spot for mountain bike enthusiasts.
You can also explore other parts of Wales. Our central location makes us the perfect starting point!
If you come to work in Cwm Taf Morgannwg you will be guaranteed a warm Welsh welcome, opportunities for professional development and a clinical environment that innovates to improve.
With almost 12,000 staff our workforce is the lifeblood not only of the University Health Board, but also many of the communities that we serve. We take our role as one of the largest employers in the area very seriously which is evident in our wide-ranging partnership working, dedication to our corporate social responsibilities and the importance we place on building relationships with our staff and community.
At Cwm Taf Morgannwg you will find a supportive, team-focussed work environment that values diversity and shows compassion toward everyone. Beyond that, some of the many benefits of working for the University Health Board include:
- Cycle2Work Scheme
- Employee discounts at many shops and restaurants
- Onsite childcare facilities
- Flexible working hours
- NHS pension
- Excellent annual leave entitlement
- Access to support for wellbeing
But this is just a glimpse of life at Cwm Taf Morgannwg. Join us and find out for yourself! You, too, can become part of our caring culture.
Cwm Taf Morgannwg’s values and behaviours
On October 15 2020, World Values Day, Cwm Taf Morgannwg University Health Board launched its new organisational values and behaviours.
They exist to make a positive difference to our employees, as well as to our patients and service users across the diverse communities we serve.
Through surveys and a series of listening and co-creation workshops to find out what was most important to everyone, the Health Board set out to co-create new values and behaviours for the organsiation. More than 6500 pieces of feedback were captured in total.
With them now launched, our organisational focus is firmly on embedding these new values and behaviours into everyday practice at Cwm Taf Morgannwg.
By all Cwm Taf Morgannwg employees working to one definitive set of values and behaviours for our organisation, these values will:
- support us to be at our best by working as one team to bring our values to life, both within our internal workforce and for our communities, through our delivery of patient care and services;
- help inform the decisions we make as a Health Board;
- they will shape employee experience; and most importantly
- will improve service user, patient care and outcomes for our local populations and our communities.
Our Health Board is committed to building a culture it feels proud of, with recognisable values at its core that can be felt and understood by every person who comes into contact with them.
By living up to our new organisational values and behaviours at every opportunity, we can achieve these three key things:
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