During the pandemic we continued to provide urgent care and treatments for our patients, although many of our more routine appointments and treatments were postponed. We have restarted the majority of our services that were put on hold, although the way they are running may have changed to help us ensure we keep our staff and patients safe.
The impact of the pandemic has resulted in longer waits, and we understand how difficult it is for individuals waiting a long time for treatment. You can find the current waiting times for elective procedures on the Audit Wales website by clicking here.
Our health service remains under huge pressure due to the high levels of demand on services, and this sustained pressure continues to present challenges to the way we deliver care.
In line with other NHS organisations, we will be scheduling patient’s treatment in order of clinical priority. As a Health Board, we have developed an innovative programme of projects to help our services recover from the pandemic and to transform the way we provide care. Our teams continue to work tirelessly to deliver additional activity, including over weekends, to help reduce waiting times for treatment.
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