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Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board Living Healthier Staying Well - strategy refresh

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Do you access health services in North Wales (e.g. Wrexham Maelor Hospital)?

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.


"The Health Board [Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board] will embark on a period of more formal engagement to support the ongoing work to refresh our long term strategy Living Healthier, Staying Well from Wednesday 15th September to Wednesday 27th October 2021, following what has been an extremely challenging year for everyone due to COVID-19.  We want to ensure that we are focusing on the right things as we emerge from the pandemic.

Since we produced Living Healthier, Staying Well, Welsh Government has published A Healthier Wales.  This sets out the ambition for health and social care services to work more closely together and has a much greater emphasis on keeping people healthy and well.   

We want to check therefore that our long term strategy for health and well-being is on the right track, as it will inform the development of our Integrated Medium Term Plan (IMTP) and provide a framework for the development of our Clinical Services Plan. 

Please visit the BCUHB website for further information, engagement materials and information on how you can participate / have your say via our public survey."

Jo Whitehead PSM, Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board Chief Executive