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Morgan and Seren receive their award from the High Sheriff and Donna Mead.
Morgan and Seren receive their award from the High Sheriff and Donna Mead.
Veggies for Velindre receive Volunteer Award and surprise visit from High Sheriff of Mid Glamorgan

This dynamic duo was recognised for their outstanding contribution to their local community of Treherbert through their unique initiative Veggies for Velindre which has also raised over £2,000 for the Velindre Charity.

A collage of award winners being presented with their certificates.
A collage of award winners being presented with their certificates.
Velindre celebrates staff as its Employee Excellence Awards return

A total of 16 awards were presented to individuals, teams and projects from across Velindre University NHS Trust at its returning Employee Excellence Awards 2023.

Michelle Pengelly receives her award from Gareth Jones.
Michelle Pengelly receives her award from Gareth Jones.
Your People's Choice winner is...

Michele was described as an “exceptional” lady who works all hours to care for her patients and their relatives, whilst another nominator said, “I really don't know how Velindre would cope without her.”

Tej Quine and Ruth Hull are smiling.
Tej Quine and Ruth Hull are smiling.
Award-winning clinic reaches huge milestone

This has led to 10,000 fewer outpatient clinic appointments since its inception, creating capacity in the Outpatients Department for more complex patients, new patients and patients receiving scan results.

A portrait of Mererid Evans.
A portrait of Mererid Evans.
Joint Velindre and Cardiff University head and neck cancer trial passes incredible 1000 patient recruitment milestone!

PATHOS, a Velindre University NHS Trust and Cardiff University co-sponsored clinical trial, is a Phase III, international trial aiming to develop a kinder treatment for patients with head and neck cancer.

Jillian Maclean stands outside Velindre Cancer Centre.
Jillian Maclean stands outside Velindre Cancer Centre.
Ground-breaking trial to treat brain tumours begins at Velindre

A major UK clinical trial to treat the most aggressive brain tumour has opened at the Velindre Cancer Centre. It will investigate whether combining cannabinoids and chemotherapy can help extend the lives of people diagnosed with recurrent glioblastoma.

Two people are sat down, with one using a tablet device.
Two people are sat down, with one using a tablet device.
Introducing the MYMR Prostate Tracker

This is a really positive development which will enable Prostate Cancer patients to self-manage and to make contact with a relevant health care professional.

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