The North Wales Community Health Council has confirmed it has agreed not to refer Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board's plans to the Health Minister.
But it added there are aspects of the proposals that require 'further consideration', including the subject of community hospitals.
The CHC wishes to place on record that it has agreed NOT to refer the proposals for community hospitals to the Health Minister. However, the CHC still has reservations in relation to the availability of capital investment for the proposed new primary care developments in line with the timescales and the implementation plans of the health board. As per the Guidance for Engagement and Consultation, we are continuing to work with the health board, through the local resolution stage, to seek clarification and assurance on these outstanding issues.
The spokesperson added: "Only if matters remain unresolved should the CHC write to the Minister by the 1st March."
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