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A reshaping of the NHS in Wales has been given cautious welcome by doctors leaders, who say it is vitally important for clinicians to be engaged and involved in any transformation.
12 June 2018
'Disappointing' waiting times for Welsh patients are because of a lack of doctors, the chair of BMA Welsh council has said.
20 April 2018
There is still room for significant improvement in Wales to increase NHS access for deaf patients, BMA Cymru Wales has said.
13 April 2018
BMA Cymru Wales has warned of ‘emerging issues’ with Wales’ 111 service as its national roll out was announced by the Welsh Government.
A GP partner from North Wales has been recognised for her significant contribution to the training of Cardiff University medical students since 2003.
23 March 2018
Medical performers lists in England and Wales should be mutually recognised to allow GPs to work cross-border, BMA Cymru Wales has said.
08 March 2018
'Reactionary criticism' of the NHS from users of social media could undermine the 70-year-old institution, the Welsh health secretary has warned.
26 February 2018
Doctors leaders in Wales have expressed frustration at the failure of health boards to improve medical engagement and fill empty consultant posts.
22 February 2018
GPs have been promised the resources to cope with a new IT system due to be introduced in Wales.
Financial incentives to help boost the recruitment of consultants has not been ruled out by the Welsh Government.
21 February 2018
Wales has become the first country in the UK to introduce a ban on the intimate piercing of under 18s.
08 February 2018
The futures of 74 GP practices in Wales are at risk of either closing or being handed back to their health boards, according to BMA Cymru Wales.
07 February 2018