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Meet the experts at Nuffield Health

Melanie Webber- Maybank, Nuffield Health’s new Hospital Director, invites you to visit the Vale Hospital, one of the two independent Nuffield Hospitals in the Cardiff area, for an open evening.

(Melanie Webber- Maybank, Nuffield Health)

Local resident Melanie joined Nuffield Health as Matron nine years ago, after a 25 year career in the NHS. Now leading the healthcare charity’s Cardiff & Vale Hospitals, she is keen to be involved in the community and let people know how healthcare can support people locally.

Melanie began her nurse training at Prince Charles Hospital in Merthyr and then she worked at Morriston Hospital, Swansea, University Hospital Llandough in Penarth and at University Hospital of Wales in various nursing, teaching and leadership roles. In addition to her former hands-on role as Matron, she undertook her Masters in Management and Leadership degree and has just completed her Executive Masters in Business Administration. She has published in healthcare journals about patient flow in healthcare.

Hospital Director Melanie says, “With our talented teams, we are delighted to support the healthcare of our local communities, assisting with prevention and treatment of injuries and providing connected health and well-being services to make people healthier, fitter, happier and stronger, all under our charitable umbrella.”

“We have a strong reputation for quality, safety and excellence in orthopaedics, joint care and spinal surgery, as well as all types of eye surgery, ear, nose and throat treatment, general surgery and men’s and women’s health. We also provide services for children aged over three in a range of specialities.

Our diagnostic, hospital and physiotherapy facilities at both the Cardiff Bay and the Vale hospitals are absolutely first class. Due to our connected approach, our hospitals and gyms support people within the local community to live healthier lives; those who have health insurance, or those who pay for their care themselves and support local NHS health boards,” adds Melanie.

“Over the next two months, we have several free events where people can book in to learn about various specialities and view our outstanding facilities at open evenings being held at The Vale Hospital at Hensol Castle Park. “

From hips, knees and spines to ear nose and throat, as well as prostate symptoms, there is an upcoming event for you. The events are shown on the opposite page and you can book online or ring to reserve your place.


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