Latest University Hospital of Wales Stories
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By Greg Tindle A&E doctors at Cardiff's University Hospital of Wales are hitting targets to treat casualty patients within four hours for the first time.
By Greg Tindle A MAJOR plan to tackle A&E waiting times at the University Hospital of Wales has been unveiled, as latest figures showed patients there still face the longest waits in Wales.
By Madeleine Brindley Health Editor PATIENTS at the flagship University Hospital of Wales are continuing to wait hours in A&E. Official figures reveal that Cardiff and Vale NHS Trustw as Wales' worst performing against tough four and eight-hour targets.
THE chairman of the University Hospital of Wales' radio station, Radio Glamorgan, has retired. Simon Field, a British Telecom manager who has chaired the Cardiff hospital's radio station for 16 years, handed over the reins to new chairman Clare Sinclair.
By Madeleine Brindley Health Editor FRESH concerns about cleanliness in some of Wales' largest hospitals have been raised by a health service watchdog.
By Clare Griffiths I WANTED to say a sincere thank-you to all those I have encountered while having my baby, who have been absolutely fantastic in providing help and support.
A CYCLING doctor will be among fundraisers pedalling for pounds. Cancer research scientist Dr Andrew Sanders, 26, will be among the cyclists taking part in Cancer Research Wales' annual sponsored bike ride, starting at the Pendragon Inn in Thornhill, Cardiff, on Sunday.
MEMORIES of the NHS, as it celebrates its 60th birthday, are being sought by health managers at the Cardiff and Vale NHS Trust. Stories and reminiscences from staff and retired hospital workers are being collected by the trust to mark the anniversary this July.