Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board ‘Living healthier, staying well’ strategy

Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board works across North Wales.

They have issued a ten-year plan to meet the needs of people, now and in the future and want to know what residents think about it.

The plan includes operating principles:

  • We listen to what matters to people and involve them in decisions
  • We use evidence of what works so we can improve health and learn
  • We work to improve services
  • We promote equality and human rights
  • We treat both English & Welsh language equally, and promote the Welsh language
  • We work together with local authorities, other services and organisations
  • We use our resources wisely.

The plan’s goals are to:

  • Improve health, well-being and reduce inequalities
  • Provide care closer to home
  • Improve the safety and quality of all services
  • Respect people and their dignity
  • Listen to people and learn from their experiences
  • Use what we have wisely, explore new ideas and learn from research
  • Support, train and develop our staff.
  • Focus on emotional and mental health more.
  • Support children to have the best start in life.
  • Support people to look after their own health more

Read the plan        Darllenwch y cynllun

The questions and contact details are at the end of the plan. Tell them if you would like it in another format or language.    mailto:bcu.getinvolved@wales.nhs.uk      01745 586397

You can give your suggestions, comments and ideas to the HB or the Community Health Council via e-mail, post or telephone.

Closing date: 15 December 2017

More information: BCUHB website

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