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Public Health Wales
Public Health Wales is an NHS organisation providing professionally independent public health advice and services to protect and improve the health and wellbeing of the population of Wales.
The British Dental Association\'s Find a Dentist website. Whether you\'re looking for a dentist near to where you live or work, one who specialises in the care of children, or one who simply offers evening or weekend appointments, this site is here to help. With nearly 6,000 dentists registered, simply click on the box opposite to start your search.
Board of Community Health Councils
The Community Health Council (CHC) works to enhance and improve the quality of your local health service. We are your statutory and independent voice in health services provided throughout Wales.
Welsh Blood Service
The Welsh Blood Service [WBS] covers South, West and part of Mid Wales. Within this area we collect voluntary, non-remunerated blood donations from the general public. These donations are processed and tested before distribution to hospitals where they support patient care. We also hold blood-derived products (both NHS and Commercial) for purchase by our customer hospitals.
National Register of Hypnotherapists and Psychotherapists
The National Register of Hypnotherapists and Psychotherapists (NRHP) is a leading, non-profit making register of qualified hypno-psychotherapists. The NRHP keeps an up-to-date database of hypnotherapists throughout the United Kingdom and Overseas and provides a free referral service, for those seeking a reputable practitioner.
Tenovus is a charitable organisation committed to the control of cancer through: quality research, prevention, counselling and patient care.
British Wheel of Yoga Wales
The website aims to present information in an easily accessible manner. There are two main sections: one publicly accessible; the other for BWY Wales Region members only.
Mencap Cymru has over 1500 individual members and a growing number of schools and community groups. New members join us every week in our campaigning and awareness raising work across Wales. Our services provide support so people with a learning disability can live as independently as they want. We provide services to support people with a learning disability to train for and find employment, and we provide domiciliary services and short-term breaks for parents and carers.
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