Friday 3rd April 2020
For any updates regarding Coronavirus (COVID-19), visit our dedicated Coronavirus Page.
|09/30/2020||Temporary 'Walk Up' Coronavirus Testing Unit opens in Pontypool||
Wednesday 30th September 2020
A temporary mobile testing unit at the Old Mill Car Park, Trosnant, Pontypool, NP4 8AT, has opened on Wednesday 30th September.
|09/30/2020||Covid Rehabilitation Programme||
Wednesday 30th September 2020
This week ITV Wales joined the patients at the post Covid rehabilitation programme to talk to them about the longer term effects of Covid.
|09/30/2020||COPD Pathway project nominated for award||
Aneurin Bevan University Health Board is delighted to announce that their COPD Pathway project has been shortlisted for a Nursing Times award 2020.
|09/23/2020||Temporary mobile testing unit opens in Blaenau Gwent||
Aneurin Bevan University Health Board is opening a mobile testing unit at the Former Nantyglo Comprehensive School site, from 12.30pm on Thursday 24th September.
|09/25/2020||Newport 'Walk Up' Coronavirus Testing Centre||
Aneurin Bevan University Health Board is to open a 'Walk up' Coronavirus Testing Centre at Rodney Parade, Memorial Gate on Monday 28th September 2020.
|09/23/2020||Weekend Flu Clinics - Blaenau Gwent||
Wednesday 23rd September 2020
There will be a number of weekend flu clinics running across Blaenau Gwent this weekend.
|09/23/2020||On Line House - telephone lines currently down||
We are pleased to advise that the phone lines into the Health Records Department have now been restored.
|09/22/2020||Live Q&A Session on The Grange University Hospital||
Join us on our Facebook Page on Friday 25th September at 11am for another Q&A session, where Dr Chris Chick and Senior Nurse, Mandy Hale, will be offering an exclusive look inside the new Hospital, talking all things ‘Grange’ and answering your questions LIVE!
|09/23/2020||Important information for patients travelling to hospital appointments||
Due to local lockdown restrictions in Blaenau Gwent, Newport and Caerphilly Boroughs, Gwent Police have announced that they will be using road checks to help enforce lockdown measures.
|09/22/2020||Public Health Wales urges eligible people in Wales to have free flu vaccine||
Public Health Wales is urging all eligible people in Wales to have their free flu vaccine as NHS Wales begins its largest ever national flu vaccine programme.
|09/22/2020||Further Extension to 'Walk Up' Testing Centre at Caerphilly Leisure Centre||
The ‘Walk Up’ Testing Centre at Caerphilly Leisure Centre has been further extended and will be open until Monday 28th September at 3:00pm.
|09/18/2020||Extension to 'Walk Up' Testing Centre at Caerphilly Leisure Centre||
The ‘Walk Up’ Testing Centre at Caerphilly Leisure Centre has been further extended and will be open until Monday 21st September at 3pm.
|09/18/2020||Public Board Meeting to Take Place on Wednesday 23rd September||
You are invited to watch our next Public Board Meeting, at 9:30am on Wednesday 23rd September 2020 LIVE on our Youtube Channel.
You can view the agenda and papers on our Key Documents section.
|09/17/2020||Caldicot Health Centre Receive Donation for Rainbow Mural from Bellway Homes||
Aneurin Bevan University Health Board are very grateful to Bellway Homes for donating £300 towards a rainbow mural in the children’s waiting area at Caldicot Health Centre.
|09/16/2020||New Temporary Coronavirus Testing Centre to Open in New Tredegar||
Aneurin Bevan University Health Board has announced the opening of a new testing centre in New Tredegar in Caerphilly Borough.
This new mobile unit will provide a testing service to residents in the north of Caerphilly Borough. It is located at the car park, New Tredegar Business Park, White Rose Way, NP24 6BH and you must book an appointment to attend for a test.
|09/15/2020||Intensive Care Unit at The Grange University Hospital to Become First in Wales to Use New NHS Wales £13 Million Technology Investment||
Hospitals in Wales are to benefit from a new high-tech digital-monitoring system for seriously ill people in Intensive Care Units.
The new Grange University Hospital in Llanfrechfa, which is scheduled for early opening in November 2020, will be the first to adopt the new system in summer 2021. Planned roll out will then follow to all NHS Wales Intensive Care Units.
|09/13/2020||Newport residents urged to be vigilant for Coronavirus symptoms as cases rise||
Members of the public in Newport are being advised of the need to be vigilant for the symptoms of Coronavirus, and of the vital need to stick to social distancing guidelines, as a rise in cases there causes concern.
|09/11/2020||Important- Requirement for Face Coverings in all Health Board Premises||
Friday 11th September 2020
In the last week, Aneurin Bevan University Health Board has seen a significant rise in positive COVID-19 cases within the community, investigations have indicated that a lack of social distancing in all age groups, in a range of different locations, has contributed to the spread of the virus.
|09/11/2020||The 'Woodshed' Receive Shipping Container Donated by Laing O'Rourke||
On Thursday 10th September, Laing O’Rourke, the main contractors for The Grange University Hospital, donated a shipping container to the 'Woodshed', based at St. Cadoc’s Hospital.
The Woodshed is a Mental Health Woodwork Therapy project for Mental Health patients at the hospital.
|09/11/2020||'No Visiting' Policy to be Extended to the Whole of the Aneurin Bevan University Health Board Area|
|09/10/2020||Q&A Session with Dr Sarah Aitken and Dr David Hepburn Now Available to Watch||
On Thursday 10th September 2020, Dr Sarah Aitken and Dr David Hepburn took part in a Live Question and Answer session to discuss how the people of Gwent could all help to prevent a second wave of Covid-19.
Anyone who missed the very informative session can watch the video on the Health Board's Facebook page.
|09/10/2020||Temporary Testing Centres Extended in Caerphilly – Drive Through is for Appointments Only|
|09/10/2020||The Gwent Regional Partnership Team paves the way to put commitment to unpaid carers on the map|
|09/09/2020||Lockdown of the Caerphilly County area and what it means for local Health Services||
Following the local lockdown of the Caerphilly County area from 6pm yesterday (8th September), please see more detailed information on how the recent restrictions could affect your local Health Care services and the way you access them:
|09/09/2020||Shielding Information from the Welsh Government||
Following the lockdown in Caerphilly, for residents who were shielding prior to 16th of August and remain on the Shielding Patient List, there is no change to the advice from the Chief Medical Officer for Wales.
|09/08/2020||Important message - we need your help||
From 6pm tonight (Tuesday 8th September 2020), the Caerphilly County Borough Council area will become an enhanced local health protection area and several new Lockdown restrictions come into force.
|09/08/2020||Live Q&A Session on 'How you can help prevent a second wave of Covid-19'||
Join us for our next Live Q&A Session on Facebook, this Thursday, 10th September 2020, at 6:00pm, where Dr Sarah Aitken and Dr Dave Hepburn will be discussing 'How you can help prevent a second wave of #COVID-19'.
If you have any questions, please send them to us via Facebook, Twitter, or you can e-mail them to us at email@example.com
|09/08/2020||Caerphilly Dental Practices||
In order to ensure the safety of the public, patients and health care staff from 6pm today, all Caerphilly Dental Practices will only be able provide urgent/essential dental care and will not see any patients who live outside the borough for routine dental care at this time.
|09/08/2020||Dr Sarah Aitken Warns Gwent to Stop the Spread of Coronavirus|
|09/08/2020||No hospital visiting for Caerphilly residents|
|09/07/2020||Caerphilly Local Lockdown - Statement from the Gwent Local Resilience Forum|
|09/07/2020||Temporary drive through testing centre opens in Caerphilly County Borough|
|09/07/2020||Do you know what our Minor Injury Units can offer you?|
|09/04/2020||Temporary Coronavirus testing centre opens in Caerphilly|
|09/04/2020||People in Caerphilly urged to social distance properly as clusters of coronavirus give cause for concern|
|09/01/2020||Emergency Department Service Changes||
You may have noticed that our Emergency departments (A and E) are once again very busy.