Monnow Vale Integrated Health and Social Care Facility
|Monnow Vale Integrated Health and Social Care Facility|
|Aneurin Bevan University Health Board|
Monnow Vale Hospital
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Monnow Vale Integrated Health and Social Care Facility (Welsh: Dyffryn Mynwy Iechyd Integredig a Cyfleuster Gofal Cymdeithasol) is a hospital at Drybridge Park in Monmouth, Wales. It is managed by the Aneurin Bevan University Health Board.
The facility was commissioned to replace services previously provided at the Cottage Hospital, Overmonnow Day Hospital and Dixton Road Clinic, along with the social care and community nursing teams. The new facility, which was developed in partnership with Monmouthshire County Council, local Voluntary Organisations, Gwent Healthcare NHS Trust and Monmouthshire Local Health Board, was procured under a Private finance initiative contract in 2003. The facility, which was built by Amec at a cost of £6 million was opened by Dr Brian Gibbons, Minister for Health and Social Services on 20 July 2006. The minor injuries unit closed in November 2011.
The facility has 19 in-patient beds. Specialist services include a cardiology outpatient clinic, a continence clinic, X-ray facilities, a diabetes clinic and retinopathy screening, a GP counselling service, a health visitor clinic, a mental health outpatient clinic for adults, a paediatric audiology clinic, an orthopaedic clinic, an ophthalmology clinic, a pharmacist's clinic, an adult out-patient psychology clinic, a physiotherapy clinic, a podiatry clinic and podiatry consultant clinic, a respiratory clinic, a rheumatology clinic, a sexual health clinic and a spinal injuries clinic.
- "Monnow Vale Integrated Health and Social Care Facility". Aneurin Bevan University Health Board. Retrieved 20 February 2019.
- "Facility Fit for the 21st Century". NHS Wales. 18 July 2006. Retrieved 2 March 2018.
- "Monmouth centre is a 'model for joint working' in health and social care'". South Wales Argus. 16 May 2018. Retrieved 20 February 2019.
- "Hospital unit closes". Chepstow Beacon. 1 December 2011. Retrieved 23 February 2019.