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Public Health Wales

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Public Health Wales
Iechyd Cyhoeddus Cymru
Public Health Wales.jpg
Public Health Wales logo
Healthcare trust overview
Formed1 October 2009; 11 years ago (2009-10-01)
Preceding agencies
  • National Public Health Service
  • Wales Centre for Health
  • Welsh Cancer Intelligence & Surveillance Unit
  • Congenital Anomaly Register & Information Service for Wales
  • Screening Services Wales
TypeNHS Trust
JurisdictionWales
HeadquartersNo. 2 Capital Quarter
Tyndall Street
Cardiff
Employees1,651 (2019)
Annual budget£135 million GBP
Minister responsible
Healthcare trust executives
  • Dr. Tracey Cooper, Chief Executive
  • Huw George, Deputy Chief Executive and Executive Director of Operations and Finance
Parent departmentNHS Wales
Websitephw.nhs.wales

Public Health Wales (Welsh: Iechyd Cyhoeddus Cymru) is an NHS Trust which was established on 1 October 2009 as part of a major restructuring of the health service in Wales. It aims to protect and improve health and wellbeing and reduce health inequalities in Wales.[1]

Mission and resources

The Trust has four statutory functions:[2]

  • Provide and manage public health, health protection, healthcare improvement, health advisory, child protection and microbiological laboratory services and services relating to the surveillance, prevention and control of communicable diseases;[3]
  • Develop and maintain arrangements for making information about matters related to the protection and improvement of health in Wales available to the public; to undertake and commission research into such matters and to contribute to the provision and development of training in such matters;
  • Undertake the systematic collection, analysis and dissemination of information about the health of the people of Wales in particular including cancer incidence, mortality and survival; and prevalence of congenital anomalies; and
  • Provide, manage, monitor, evaluate and conduct research into screening of health conditions and screening of health related matters.

For 2018/19 Public Health Wales employed 1,651 staff across Wales, with an income of £135 million.[4]

Structure

A Board is responsible for Public Health Wales’ strategic direction,[5] governance framework, organisational culture and development and stakeholder relations. It comprises a Chair, six Non Executive Directors and five Executive Directors, led by a Chief Executive.[6] Jan Williams OBE FRSPH is the Chair.

The Executive Directors and three other Board level Directors make up the Executive Team,[7] which manages Public Health Wales. Each year Public Health Wales is required to conduct a self-assessment and demonstrate improvement against the Healthcare Standards for Wales.[8]

The organisation is split into seven key directorates:

  • Health and Well-being
  • Public Health Services
  • Policy, Research and International Development
  • Quality, Nursing and Allied Health Professionals
  • Operations and Finance
  • People and Organisational Development
  • NHS Quality Improvement and Patient Safety/1000 Lives

References

  1. ^ Wales, Public Health. "Public Health Wales - Working to Achieve a Healthier Future for Wales". www.wales.nhs.uk.
  2. ^ Wales, Public Health. "Public Health Wales - Statute and History". www.wales.nhs.uk.
  3. ^ Wales, Public Health. "Public Health Wales - Services & Teams A-Z". www.wales.nhs.uk.
  4. ^ https://phw.nhs.wales/files/annual-reports/working-to-achieve-a-healthier-future-for-wales-annual-report-2018-19/
  5. ^ http://www.wales.nhs.uk/sitesplus/888/page/44958
  6. ^ Wales, Public Health. "Public Health Wales - Public Health Wales Board". www.wales.nhs.uk.
  7. ^ http://www.wales.nhs.uk/sitesplus/888/page/46669
  8. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2014-03-25. Retrieved 2014-03-25.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)

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