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Health Secretary Vaughan Gething has today called on the public to have their say on the future of health and social care in Wales.

First published:
20 March 2017
Last updated:

This was published under the 2016 to 2021 administration of the Welsh Government

Last year, the Welsh Government announced a major review to identify important issues facing the health and care services in Wales. The review will consider ways of meeting rising need for health and social care as well as public expectations about the services.

Today, the review group has launched a new website giving the public the opportunity to give their honest and frank opinions on the health and care services in Wales.

There are ten questions for the public to answer, ranging from:

  • What matters most to you about health and social care services, and what should we concentrate on to make things better?


• What problems are there in the current systems, and how do they show through in the services people get?

Chair of the Review, Dr Ruth Hussey CB, OBE said:

“We want our review to be founded on evidence and on the experiences and understanding of those people who use health and social care services in Wales, as well as those who deliver services.

“Public involvement is central to that process and I, along with rest of the panel members, look forward to hearing their views.”

Health Secretary Vaughan Gething said:

“The topic of health and social care is always a major point of discussion for everyone. It touches all of our lives at some point and most people have opinions about the care they’ve received – what went well and what could be done better.

“It’s not often that there is such a wide-ranging review of health and social care, that’s why it’s really important that if you want your say on how to develop the services for the future you get online and let the review group hear what you have to say.”