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17 October 2014
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How the NHS in Wales works

BBC Wales health correspondent, Hywel Griffiths, explains how the NHS differs in Wales.

Personal stories

People's accounts of living with illness

Who runs the NHS in Wales?

Find out where NHS Wales money is spent

How to be an informed patient

How to get the medical information you need

On the high street

What to expect from your optician, dentist and pharmacist

At the GP

How to get the best from your visits to the doctor's surgery

Being a patient

Going to hospital can be daunting if you're not prepared

Health on the internet

Top tips on finding health facts and support online

Free health advice

Help available to you at home at no extra cost

What's the alternative?

Complementary and alternative medicine

What's happening to our hospitals?

How hospital care is changing.

What will the NHS look like in 2015?

Medical and technical advances.

Waiting lists

How to get seen as quickly as possible

A fair deal for Welsh patients?

Who got the best deal from devolution?

Health in Wales

One in four people in Wales suffers from a chronic disease

Out of a crisis and into a storm?

What's happening with our ambulances?

Shifting NHS focus from buildings

How hospitals are reorganising in Wales



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