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Category list : Edwina Hart

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    Wales set to meet school nurse targetSubscription

    News28 March, 2011

    A Welsh Assembly commitment to ensure that every secondary school in Wales has a school nurse is expected to be achieved at the end of April, the health minister Edwina Hart has announced today.

  • Edwina Hart

    Plans for healthcare assistant code of conduct announcedSubscription

    News28 March, 2010

    Plans have been announced to introduce a code of conduct, code of practice and induction standards for healthcare assistants in Wales.

  • The online service that will allow patients to book appointments and order repeat prescriptions.

    Online GP service to be trialled in Wales Subscription

    News5 January, 2010

    The Welsh Assembly has announced plans for an online service that will allow patients in Wales to book appointments with their GPs and order repeat prescriptions.

  • CCTV cameras in accident and emergency

    Hospital CCTV pilot scheme unveiledSubscription

    News16 December, 2009

    The Welsh Assembly Government has announced plans to install CCTV cameras in accident and emergency departments and ambulances across Wales, as part of a plan to tackle violence and aggressive behaviour towards NHS staff.

  • The team at the cardiac care unit at the Princess of Wales Hospital

    New cardiac care unit openedSubscription

    News8 November, 2009

    A brand new cardiac care unit at Princess of Wales Hospital will improve patient experience and reduce patient waiting times.

  • Health minister for Wales Edwina Hart

    Welsh assembly pledges £16.5m for hospital projectsSubscription

    News23 October, 2009

    Two hospital projects in Wales are to receive millions of pounds to revamp their services, the Welsh Assembly has announced.

  • Three life-prolonging drugs kidney cancer drugs have been withdrawn.

    Minister defends decision to withdraw kidney cancer drugsSubscription

    News1 October, 2009

    A decision to withdraw three life-prolonging drugs used to treat patients with kidney cancer has been backed by Health Minister for Wales Edwina Hart.

  • The police and health service have vowed to work closer together on investigations into allegations of violence against NHS staff in Wales.

    Crackdown on hospital violenceSubscription

    News14 September, 2009

    The police and health service have vowed to work closer together on investigations into allegations of violence against NHS staff in Wales.

  • A Welsh military medical team has been shortlisted for the second annual Military and Civilian Health Partnership Awards.

    Military health award nominees announced Subscription

    News13 September, 2009

    A Welsh military medical team has been shortlisted for the second annual Military and Civilian Health Partnership Awards.

  • Welsh health minister Edwina Hart has announced the appointment of Simon Hatch, former Parkinson’s Disease Society manager for Wales, as the country’s first Samaritans’ director.

    Welsh Assembly appoints tsar to reduce suicide rateSubscription

    News10 September, 2009

    Welsh health minister Edwina Hart has announced the appointment of Simon Hatch, former Parkinson’s Disease Society manager for Wales, as the country’s first Samaritans’ director.

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