The team which ensured that frontline staff in our Health Board and beyond had essential PPE throughout the Covid-19 pandemic has won a prestigious award.
Notice is hereby given that a meeting of the Cwm Taf Morgannwg University Health Board will be held on Thursday, 27 May 2021 at 10:00 am.
Online counselling and self-help resources are now available for 11-18 year olds across our Health Board, following a new partnership with award-winning digital mental health and wellbeing service Kooth.
A community art group that helps people with mental health issues and loneliness is sharing its experiences of the pandemic in a new online exhibition.
Heart failure is a condition that is associated with high mortality and hospital admission rates in the UK and puts significant stress on NHS services. In fact, heart failure takes up 2% of the annual NHS budget.
“I remember seeing a lady for her vaccination at lunchtime. Her husband had been in hospital and had died from COVID that very morning."
With the days warming up and summer peeking over the horizon, it really feels like we’ve started to turn a corner from an incredibly difficult few months for all of us.
An outdoors social enterprise boosting health and wellbeing in the Cynon Valley is joining forces with Cardiff University scientists to see whether nature really is the best medicine!
On the 1st April 2021 Cwm Taf Morgannwg University Health Board’s contract with Patient Knows Best ended.
Cwm Taf Morgannwg University Health Board is setting up a reserve list as part of its vaccination programme.
Firstly, we would like to thank you all for your patience and understanding over our reserve list.
A huge well done to 19-year-old Ben Peever from Ferndale who set himself a challenge to run a half marathon(13.1 miles) throughout March to raise money for a C.A.R.E pack(compassion and respect for every loss)for bereaved families at Royal Glamorgan Hospital.
A new Clinical Research Centre designed to enhance Cwm Taf Morgannwg UHB’s research work and give patients access to new therapies, treatments and therapeutics has opened at the Royal Glamorgan Hospital in Llantrisant.
New figures released today reveal that almost 12,500 patients across the Cwm Taf Morgannwg University Health Board (CTMUHB) region have still been able to receive medical consultations during the Covid-19 pandemic, despite not being able to visit the GP surgery or other healthcare setting in person.
Whole area testing with lateral flow device (LFD) tests in Merthyr Tydfil and lower Cynon Valley is estimated to have prevented 353 cases of COVID-19, 24 hospitalisations, 5 Intensive Care Unit admissions and 14 deaths, according to a new report.
A brand new primary care centre will open its doors in Mountain Ash next week, bringing modern healthcare services to the local community.
A year after opening a permanent Ambulatory Emergency Surgical Unit (AESU) at the Princess of Wales Hospital in Bridgend, treatment and assessment times have dramatically improved and there has been a reduction in the number of people needing to be admitted into hospital.
On 19th February 2021, Aneurin Bevan University Health Board alongside Cardiff and Vale University Health Board, Cwm Taf Morgannwg University Health Board and Powys Teaching Health Board officially launched a new public engagement for the proposed establishment of a Vascular Services Network for South East Wales.
Patients who attend the Royal Glamorgan Hospital (RGH) with a minor injury late in the evening are being offered a choice of waiting to be seen or returning the following day for a timed appointment, under a new pilot scheme to reduce waiting times.
Residents in the Swansea Road area of Merthyr Tydfil are being asked to be extra vigilant for signs and symptoms of COVID-19 following a cluster of cases in the area.