Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board has begun closing some healthcare services in North Wales, under controversial plans agreed by health bosses last month - before getting a response from the local patient watchdog, the Community Health Council.
- Flint, Llangollen and Prestatyn Hospitals closed to new admissions yesterday - as staff start their redeployment
- Minor injuries services are closing over the next two weeks at Llangollen, Chirk, Flint, Ruthin, Colwyn Bay and Blaenau Ffestiniog hospitals
- Changes to X-ray services will go ahead as soon as possible
- Detailed planning to set up Enhanced Care at Home services across north Wales will start immediately
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