There are a wide variety of ways you can get involved in the work of Powys Teaching Health Board. You can read about some examples below:
Information about getting involved in current engagement and consultation.
Information about getting involved in research and development.
Information about getting involved through volunteering.
Information about getting involved through the Mid Wales Joint Committee for Health and Social Care.
Information about consultation by Welsh Government.
Information about consultation and engagement by Powys County Council
Archive consultation information from our legacy website.
Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board is the provider of health services in North Wales and they are seeking views as they refresh their ‘Living Healthier Staying Well’ strategy by 27 October 2021.
Information about the "Changing for the Future" engagement in Swansea Bay University Health Board.
The Annual General Meeting of Powys Teaching Health Board will take place at 2pm on 28 July 2021.
Powys Teaching Health Board and Powys County Council, on behalf of the Powys Regional Partnership Board, are pleased to share the new ‘Integrated Model of Care and Wellbeing in Powys’.
An online Q&A Event will take place on 9 June with Carol Shillabeer, Chief Executive, Powys Teaching Health Board.
Consultation is taking place until 30 July 2021.
Have your say by 9 July 2021.
Building a healthier future following COVID-19: Have your say on the next steps for hospital services in Ceredigion and Carmarthenshire.
Share your views
Share your experiences of accessing mental health services.
A new website will share updates and information about the programme's aims and ambitions.
Welsh Government wants to hear people's views on the quality of the environment at your current community health and wellbeing facilities.
Have your say on the future shape of vascular services in South East Wales
Velindre NHS Trust is seeking your views to help shape the Nevill Hall Radiotherapy Satellite Centre.
We want to hear your views about pharmacy services in Powys.
An information booklet about changes to Nevill Hall Hospital from 17 November 2020 is being sent to households across South and Mid Powys in the Nevill Hall Hospital catchment.
Proposals for a new state of the art health and care facility in Newtown have today (Thursday, October 22) been backed by Powys Teaching Health Board following approval by the council’s Cabinet earlier this week.