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’.
Patients across the UK will benefit from a super-charged clinical research system, backed by over £64 million of dedicated investment, which will save lives across the country.
The ‘Wild Skills Wild Spaces’ (WSWS) team from Montgomeryshire Wildlife Trust met at Llyn Coed y Dinas’ on 26th May to exhibit a brand new ecotherapy programme aimed at adults and young people who may be struggling with their mental health. Ecotherapy is the term given to a range of activities and treatments that reconnect people with nature and the environment, in order to improve health and wellbeing.
Take part in the virtual focus group with those involved in transforming Weight Management Services in Powys and voice your thoughts, feelings, attitudes and ideas of developing this service.
Plans to improve health and social care by developing a new community ‘hub’ in Machynlleth are under way following approval of £15million capital funding from Welsh Government.
Minister for Health and Social Services Eluned Morgan visited Newtown on Thursday in her first official engagement in the county since taking on her new role.
Tec Cymru asked people to add an image to describe an emotion that shows how they felt about using Attend Anywhere over the last year.
An online Q&A Event will take place on 14 July with Carol Shillabeer, Chief Executive, Powys Teaching Health Board.
Powys Regional Partnership Board (RPB) is pressing ahead with plans for a new health and care academy for the county.
A chance to watch our Online Q&A with Carol Shillabeer again.
Powys’ local NHS Charity is inviting community members to brew a national thank you and raise money for the NHS.
"GET TESTED" is the big message to Powys residents
Please be aware that you may face a short wait before your first dose appointment
The vaccination programme in Powys would not have been possible without you.
COVID-19 vaccination is not yet routinely available for under 18s in the UK
Update on the development of the new surgery
Volunteers from within a 50-mile radius of Wrexham are now needed to take part in a new clinical trial to receive a third ‘booster’ COVID-19 vaccine.
£350k investment will upgrade ultrasound equipment in Brecon, Llandrindod Wells, Newtown and Welshpool
COVID-19 testing availability in Powys will be boosted from Monday (June 7) with lateral flow devices available for collection from libraries in the county.
The Welsh Government’s Apprenticeship Programme is supporting our staff here in PTHB.