Our clinicians want to talk to you and hear your views on how we run health services – and what we could do to improve them in the future.
Hywel Dda University Health Board is inviting members of the public to come and speak with clinicians about Transforming Clinical Services (www.hywelddahb.wales.nhs.uk/tcs) in Carmarthen on Tuesday 5 September.
Dr Phil Kloer, Medical Director and Director of Clinical Services Strategy, said: “At the heart of Transforming Clinical Services is one question: ‘How can we design services to meet the future healthcare needs of our local population, and help drive population health improvement in Mid and West Wales?’”
“We face a range of challenges and recognise that currently services are not as good as we would want them to be. We feel strongly that our residents deserve the best possible care and support to lead healthier lives.”
Our services need to change and this September we’re opening up our Stakeholder Reference Group to everyone so we can talk and listen to local people about how we should change our services.
This is an exciting opportunity for you to be part of a very important conversation and speak with our clinicians about Transforming Clinical Services (www.hywelddahb.wales.nhs.uk/tcs).
We hope you can join us on Tuesday 5 September at 2pm at Robert Hunter 1, University of Wales Trinity Saint David, Carmarthen Campus, Carmarthen SA31 3EP. To book your place click here  https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/stakeholder-reference-group-big-conversation-workshop-tickets-36742603115 or call 01554 899 056.
If you are unable to attend this event but would like to feedback your views, please visit www.hywelddahb.wales.nhs.uk/tcs and complete the survey or if you would like more information sent to you please call 01554 899056.
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Mae ein meddygon am siarad â chi ac am glywed eich barn ar sut yr ydym yn rhedeg gwasanaethau iechyd – a beth allwn wneud i’w gwella yn y dyfodol.
Mae Bwrdd Iechyd Prifysgol Hywel Dda yn gwahodd y cyhoedd i siarad â chlinigwyr ynglyn â Thrawsnewid Gwasanaethau Clinigol ynghylch Trawsnewid Gwasanaethau Clinigol (www.bihyweldda.wales.nhs.uk/tgc) yng Nghaerfyrddin ar ddydd Mawrth 5 Medi.
Dywedodd Dr Phil Kloer, Cyfarwyddwr Meddygol a Chyfarwyddwr Strategaeth Gwasanaethau Clinigol: “Wrth wraidd Trawsnewid Gwasanaethau Clinigol mae un cwestiwn: ‘Sut allwn ni gynllunio gwasanaethau i ddiwallu anghenion gofal iechyd ein poblogaeth leol i’r dyfodol, a helpu i hybu gwella iechyd y boblogaeth yng Nghanolbarth a Gorllewin Cymru?’”
“Rydym yn wynebu ystod o heriau ac yn cydnabod nad yw gwasanaethau ar hyn o bryd cystal ag y byddem am iddynt fod. Teimlwn yn gryf fod ein trigolion yn haeddu’r gofal a’r gefnogaeth gorau posibl i fyw bywydau iachach.”
Mae angen i’n gwasanaethau newid, a’r mis Medi hwn rydym yn agor ein Grŵp Cyfeirio Rhanddeiliaid i bawb fel y gallwn siarad â phobl leol a gwrando ar eu barn am sut y dylem newid ein gwasanaethau.
Dyma gyfle cyffrous i chi i fod yn rhan o sgwrs bwysig iawn ac i siarad â’n clinigwyr am Drawsnewid Gwasanaethau Clinigol (www.bihyweldda.wales.nhs.uk/tgc).
Gobeithiwn y gallwch ymuno â ni ddydd Mawrth 5  Medi am 2pm yn Robert Hunter 1, Prifysgol Cymru Y Drindod Dewi Sant, Campws Caerfyrddin, Caerfyrddin SA31 3EP. I gofrestru, cliciwch yma https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/stakeholder-reference-group-big-conversation-workshop-tickets-36742603115 neu ffoniwch 01554 899 056.
Os na allwch fynychu’r digwyddiad hwn ond yn dymuno roi adborth, ewch i www.bihyweldda.wales.nhs.uk/tgc a chwblhewch yr arolwg neu os hoffech gael mwy o wybodaeth wedi’i anfon atoch ffoniwch 01554 899056


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