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Extraordinary times call for extraordinary people. And we at CPW want to express our immense gratitude and pride at the efforts made by our community pharmacies during this crisis. You have ensured continuity of care for the patients of Wales under immense pressure, showing the heart and fortitude of our network. Thank you.
 Mae amseroedd anghyffredin yn galw am bobl anghyffredin. Ac rydym ni yn CPW am fynegi ein diolchgarwch a'n balchder am ymdrechion ein fferyllfeydd cymunedol yn ystod yr argyfwng hwn. Rydych wedi sicrhau parhad gofal i gleifion Cymru o dan bwysau aruthrol, gan ddangos calon a dewrder ein rhwydwaith. Diolch.
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Welcome to Community Pharmacy Wales

Community Pharmacy Wales represents the 700 plus pharmacy owners in Wales on NHS matters. Our main objective is to secure the best possible NHS service opportunities, remuneration and terms. We are the body responsible for liaising with the Department of Health and for negotiating the contractual terms for the provision of the NHS community pharmacy services.

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On Friday 20th September, Vikki Howells, Assembly Member for the Cynon Valley, visited Sheppards Pharmacy in Margaret Street, Abercynon to see first hand the range of increased services available to the public through their high street pharmacies.   

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Welsh Gov: Chief Medical Officer warns of health risks by people failing to immunise

Welsh Government Chief Medical Officer warns of health risks by people failing to immunise, 06 May 2019  The Chief Medical Officer for Wales Dr Frank Atherton has warned of the health threats facing Wales from the rise in anti-vaccination campaigns and antibiotic overuse.   In his annual report published today (7 May) the CMO highlights the importance of vaccinations and the risks to those who are not vaccinated against preventable diseases.   

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ABMUHB Organisation Change

Changes take effect from 1st April 2019.  From this date, responsibility for providing healthcare services for people in the Bridgend County Borough Council area will transfer from Abertawe Bro Morgannwg University Health Board to Cwm Taf University Health Board.  

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