Efforts to transform healthcare across the Swansea Bay City Region have had a boost with Welsh Government funding.
The ARCH Programme has received £1.2 million of funding from the Health Minister Mark Drakeford to continue their work to transform the health of the people of South West Wales.
ARCH (A Regional Collaboration for Health) is a visionary partnership between ABMU and Hywel Dda health boards and Swansea University. The collaboration covers a population of 1 million people and six local authority areas. It aims to solve the challenges faced by the NHS in Wales through research, innovation and skills development – working across a regional footprint.