The Health Board also works in partnership with a number of non-NHS organisations in the Gwent area, including Local Councils, Gwent Association of Voluntary Organisations and Torfaen Voluntary Alliance, community organisations, the independent sector and local people, to ensure the delivery of local services in accordance with national guidance from the Welsh Government and the needs of the people in the Gwent area.
Some of the partnerships will involve information sharing, with agreed protocols and procedures between organisations about how this information is shared.
For further information please contact:
Dr Sarah Aitken, Director of Public Health and Strategic Partnerships
Aneurin Bevan University Health Board
St Cadoc's Hospital
Telephone: 01633 435759
Aneurin Bevan University Health Board and the Local Councils, in partnership with other public bodies, work together to ensure the delivery of improvements in health and well-being, a reduction in health inequalities, and a provision of effective health and social care services offering high standards of care.
Information about the current Health, Social Care and Well-Being Strategies, can be found on our website,
Key to the success of these Health, Social Care and Well-Being Strategies is to encourage further involvement of individuals and communities, to influence local decisions and to take more responsibility for their own health. Through these Strategies, Aneurin Bevan University Health Board and partners will tackle identified local priorities.