The Welsh Conservatives have welcomed the First Minister's announcement of a neonatal care centre for North Wales. But they say it should be established as soon as possible.
Communities across north Wales deserve an end to their uncertainty and this report goes some way to achieving that.
It is now crucially important that each of its recommendations is implemented swiftly – and in full.
A cross-party campaign long warned that axing long-term neonatal care in the region was dangerous – a view supported by health professionals and clinicians. Today this campaign has been vindicated.
Communities have been left in limbo for far too long and a site for a new centralised centre for neonatal care must now be identified as soon as possible.
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