The COVID-19 vaccination programme in Powys has been one of the most successful in the whole of the UK. Already 91% of adults have received their first dose and 88.8% have received their second dose. These are the highest rates of any health board in Wales.
Drop-in vaccination clinics week beginning 25 October
Public Health Wales has published a statement following UK Health Security Agency announcement regarding UK Lighthouse Lab.
Drop-in vaccination clinics week beginning 18 October
Drop-in vaccination clinics week beginning 11 October
Due to the Powys-wide flu vaccination programme, your GP practice may be closed for the afternoon during October and November.
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Drop-in vaccination clinics week beginning 4 October
You are invited to an online event with Carol Shillabeer from 5.30pm to 6.30pm on Wednesday 13 October 2021.
Drop-in vaccination clinics week beginning 27 September
A leading Powys optometrist is asking the public to look out for eye problems among the older generation in a bid to help prevent falls.
GPs in Powys, along with GPs across Wales and the rest of the UK continue to be under incredible pressure and need your help to ensure that they are able to help those in most need.
Over a third of Welsh adults (37%) feel that they are generally less healthy now, than before the start of the Covid-19 pandemic, according to a recent YouGov survey
In order to allow major building repairs to Ystradgynlais Hospital, it has been necessary to move patients from the Tawe Ward to Brecon Hospital.
Drop-in vaccination clinics week beginning 20 September
As she steps down from her term as Chair of Montgomeryshire YFC, Bryony Wilson is urging young people to seek support if they are struggling with their mental health.
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.
In September 2020, the South Wales Trauma Network was established, marking a major step forward in the delivery of emergency care across South Wales, West Wales and South Powys. The network which is made up of hospitals, emergency response services and rehabilitation services, ensures patients with life-threatening and life-changing injuries receive the best possible treatment and care.
A nurse in Powys has been nominated for a Nursing Times award after launching a pioneering app which is helping children across Powys overcome bladder and bowel problems.
Drop-in vaccination clinics week beginning 13 September