We wish you health, hope and happiness for the festive season and the year ahead.
The first pathfinder appointments for people aged over 80 in Powys will take place next week.
We have joined the First Minister and public service leaders across Wales in a joint message to the people of Wales ahead of Christmas.
Public Health Wales has published FAQs about the new variant of coronavirus
All of Wales is at alert level 4. What you need to do at alert level 4.
In the second week of COVID vaccination in Powys, we are vaccinating a further 975 health and care staff who live in the north of the county.
Remember to protect yourself this Christmas and use a condom!
Whether you’re already known to mental health services, or you’re seeking support for the first time, you can find answers to frequently asked questions.
Here are some top tips to avoid some common Christmas injuries.
Powys Nurses reveal the most common Christmas injuries, and urge people to "Phone First" for Minor Injury Units in Powys.
Save a Life Cymru was established to encourage people across Wales to learn CPR and to feel confident in using a defibrillator if someone has a cardiac arrest at home.
The first COVID-19 vaccinations in North Powys have taken place today (15 December 2020) in Newtown.
Let's Keep Christmas Safe in Powys.
Powys residents are being reminded to travel safely for coronavirus tests.
Rapid COVID-19 testing for asymptomatic frontline health and care staff will be piloted in Powys from next week (14 December).
Today (10 December 2020) sees the publication of the first report by Donna Ockenden into maternity services at The Shrewsbury and Telford Hospital NHS Trust (SaTH).
This week will see an expansion in public COVID-19 testing in Powys in the lead up to Christmas.
The first people in Powys to be given the new COVID-19 vaccination have received their first dose today (8 December 2020) at Bronllys Hospital.
A new drop-off hearing aid clinic will start in Llandrindod Wells on 14 December.
Powys Teaching Health Board has this week launched its programme to invite health and care workers in Powys to book for COVID-19 Vaccination