ALHB

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ALHBAsian Longhorned Beetle
ALHBAnglesey Local Health Board (Wales, UK)
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The ruling by the public services ombudsman follows a complaint that Anglesey Local Health Board (LHB) had failed to make payment for the care of a local patient in a special rehabilitation unit, leaving it out of pocket by thousands of pounds.
Lynne Joannou, chief Executive of the Anglesey Local Health Board, said: "We are confident that the way these services have been modernised on Anglesey will be most beneficial for patient care and allow us to serve the healthcare needs of some of our older population more effectively."
The Anglesey Local Health Board has launched a campaign to stop people using antibiotics unnecessarily as the island has the highest usage in North Wales.
Dr Medwyn Williams, medical director, Anglesey Local Health Board, 'Anglesey LHB will not fund non-Nice drugs and has not done so.
Anglesey Local Health Board has devised the programme after the start of a 12-week public consultation on plans for the service over the next 10 years.
Dr Harry Pritchard said: "The development of a new GP surgery and pharmacy fits in with the Anglesey Local Health Board's Estates Strategy, and this is an opportunity to develop a modern health centre, fit for purpose and for providing health care in the 21st century.
A LHB spokeswoman said: "Anglesey Local Health Board has re-affirmed its commitment to the future of Ysbyty Penrhos Stanley and Ysbyty Cefni (Llangefni).
Anglesey Local Health Board announced the immunisation uptake for children before their first birthday on the island exceeded the 95% national target for the first quarter of the year.
Anglesey County Council, Anglesey Local Health Board and the NHS will hold a special joint consultation event to gauge public opinion on a range of issues.
Anglesey Local Health Board chief executive Lynne Joannou said: "As far as the LHB is concerned we are committed to the long-term future of Penrhos Stanley as is clearly stated in the Community Health Council review of community hospitals."
Mr Jones' family, of Lon Bach, Amlwch, will now appeal to the Anglesey Local Health Board to fund the drug in spite of the recommendation.
Marjorie Eyton-Jones' family have served a High Court writ against the NHS bodies - including Anglesey Local Health Board - demanding repayment of up to pounds 150,000.