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The second lecture will be presented by Sally Rees who, until the reconfiguration of the NHS in Wales, was the carer board member and lead for children and young people for the former Wrexham Local Health Board.
The GP practice Cefn Mawr, is moving to Well However 18 months on the dispute has still not been resolved and Wrexham Local Health Board chiefs said they have been told to move out.
Wendy has an appointment next week at the Brakespear Hospital, but fears she may have to cancel if Wrexham Local Health Board does not offer to fund her treatment.
Janet Thomas, a partnership pharmacist for North East Wales NHS Trust and Wrexham Local Health Board won the award, which was sponsored by the Association of the British Pharmaceutical Industry.
The Wrexham Local Health Board currently provides two dedicated health visitors, two days per week to support asylum seekers and refugees.
Geoff Lang, of Wrexham Local Health Board, said the board relied on the Royal National Institute for the Deaf to vet interpreters.
Wrexham Local Health Board chief executive Geoff Lang said: "The purpose of this event is to update patients of Ruabon Medical Centre and community representatives on the progress we have made.
Dr Gwyn Roberts, the chair of Wrexham local health board, and a GP in the town, insisted that investment in substance misuse had increased but was targeted at community based projects which had better results.