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Wales' local health service highlighted...
Wales' local health service highlighted

Connect 4 Health: WLGA Conference

8th-9th June 2005, St David's Hotel, Cardiff Bay

First minister Rhodri Morgan is one of many key speakers to address over 200 delegates attending a key health conference this week in Cardiff.

Leading figures from local and national government, the health and voluntary sector will meet in Cardiff Bay on Wednesday and Thursday to explore the local landscape for health and well-being in Wales following the publication of 22 health, social care and well-being strategies.

The conference will provide a timely opportunity to celebrate these agreements, galvanise partnerships, create opportunities for future collaboration and explore the future landscape for these strategies in the context of national policies.

Leading politicians and professionals will participate in the event, including:

-Rhodri Morgan, First Minister

-Alex Aldridge, WLGA Leader

-Ann Lloyd, Director, NHS & Social Care in Wales

-Mike Ponton, Director Welsh NHS Confederation

-Lyndon Miles, Chair of Gwynedd LHB

-Mark James, Chief Executive, Carmarthenshire County Council

-Mansel Aylward, Chair, Wales Centre for Health

-Cerilan Rogers, Director, NPHS

-Kemi Nevins, H&SC Facilitator, WCVA

-Meirion Hughes, Chair, Welsh NHS Confederation

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