|The Welsh Public Opinion Survey Spring 2023
Enter the Welsh Public Opinion Survey Spring 2023 to win a £100 prize draw and £50 prizes for the best idea and quote.
|National Doctors' Day!
Today is National Doctors' Day and we would like to say a massive thank you to all of the fantastic doctors who work in our Health Board!
We asked our staff to nominate a doctor who goes above and beyond for patient care and their colleagues. You can read their nominations below.
|Staff Recognition Awards 2023
Tonight, Friday 24th March 2023, the Health Board held our annual Staff Recognition Awards. It is always a pleasure to welcome everyone to this special event and this is especially true this year as it was the first in person event since before the pandemic in 2019.
|Referral and Booking Centres Open Saturday Mornings
The Referral and Booking centres at St Woolos and Nevill Hall are now open on Saturday mornings between 08:00 and 12:00.
|Houses open to support parents of Gwent's tiniest patients
|#LotsOfSocks for World Down Syndrome Day!
|Professor Tracy Daszkiewicz appointed as Gwent's new Director for Public Health
|Supplier's Day 2023
|Welsh Government Announcement - Spring COVID booster programme for over 75s and most vulnerable
|Eating Disorders Awareness Week 2023
It’s Eating Disorders Awareness Week and Beat – The UK’s Eating Disorders Charity – has chosen this year’s theme to focus on men with eating disorders.
On this page you will find a range of videos that highlight how to ask for help and support with an eating disorder, what living with an eating disorder can be like for men and what you can expect from recovery.
|Chepstow Community Hospital
When Chepstow Hospital was constructed in 1998 it was financed by the private sector. The building is therefore owned by the private sector and the Health Board holds a lease for its utilisation until February 2025.