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How we work with the Welsh assembly

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We ensure your voice is heard and make certain your expertise and knowledge is taken into account by policymakers at the heart of government. 

At the Welsh Assembly, assembly members regularly refer to BMA policy during debates, and our representatives are often asked to give evidence to Welsh Assembly committees.

We're on hand to:

  • promote and defend our members' rights and interests in the Welsh Assembly

  • keep politicians of all parties informed of our policy developments and new ideas

  • co-ordinate the submission of written and oral evidence to statutory committee inquiries and meetings with politicians and all party groups.


Manifesto for Wales

BMA Cymru Wales has launched its manifesto ahead of the National Assembly for Wales 2016 election:

Tri cham at genedl iachach (PDF)

What about health? Three steps to a healthier nation (PDF)


Get in touch

Tel: 029 2047 4646


Carla Mahoney, Head of media and public affairs (Wales)

Rodney Berman, Senior policy executive

Lucy Merredy, Head of policy and committee secretariat



BMA Cymru Wales
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Cardiff Bay
Cardiff CF10 4D