The team is responsible for leading the business services and administrative arrangements based on specialised knowledge, best practices and technology to support the Wales Deanery and business partners achieve their strategic obligations.

View the Wales Deanery Strategic Plan 2014 - 2019

The team is led by the Wales Deanery Manager, Mr Chris Payne.

These areas include:

Business hours

08:30 - 17:30 Mon - Fri

General enquiries

+44 (0)29 2068 8026

walesdeanery@cardiff.ac.uk

Wales Locations Map

This map shows all current health board boundaries and main hospital locations in Wales.

View Map

Corporate services

The Corporate Services team, led by the Wales Deanery Manager Mr Chris Payne, is responsible for business services and administrative arrangements based on specialised knowledge, best practices and technology. These enable the Wales Deanery and business partners achieve their strategic obligations.

View Wales Deanery Corporate Services

Doctors and Dentists named BEST in Wales

Welsh doctors have been honoured by the Wales Deanery at an event hosted by the British Medical Association (BMA) at the National Museum, Cardiff.

Read the full story here.

View the BEST & BSAS awards

Digwyddiadau diweddaraf

Jun

07

2018

Thursday 10th May 2018 & Thursday 7th June 2018 The workshop will be held at: Postgraduate Education Centre (Room 5), Glan Clwyd. LL18 5UJ  The...

Jun

11

2018

Monday 23rd April 2018 & Monday 11th June 2018 The workshop will be held at: SSE SWALEC Stadium, Sophia Gardens, Cardiff CF11 9XR The Wales...

Jun

28

2018

New course date now live for the Preparing for Consultant Selection course taking place Thursday 28 June at the Education Centre, Morriston Hospital...

Newyddion diweddaraf

BSSU is pleased to announce that a new member of staff has joined the team. Craig Newman began work at the Wales...
Following the recent error in ST3 recruitment we are delighted to see that offers have today been re-issued.  Further...
Improving awareness amongst clinicians of full impact of anal sphincter injuries in childbirth Cardiff University...

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