Cardiff

University Hospital of Wales

 

University Hospital of Wales

Heath Park, Cardiff, CF14 4XW

Annual Attendance

Paediatric Attendance

Our Consultants

Jo Mower

Clinical Director

Lyndsey MacDonald

Specialty Tutor
AWSEM LTFT Lead

Timothy Rainer

Professor of Emergency Medicine, Cardiff University

Rupert Evans

Special Interest in Toxicology
Ombudsman of Wales Advisor

Munawar Al-Mudhaffar

Katja Empson

Regional Organ Donation Lead
Simulation Lead

Sue Allen

ACCS EM Lead
Foundation Programme Co-Director

Melissa Rossiter

Trauma Lead

Krishna Nakirikanti

Ultrasound Lead
Audit Lead

Duncan Thomas

Special Interest Organ Donation

Zoe Roberts

Paediatrics EM

Jeff Morgan

Paediatrics EM

Sara Edwards

Paediatrics EM

Stephen Mullen

Paediatrics EM

Additional Information

MGs
8 (including ST3 and higher trainees), 2 locums and 3 Part time Paediatricians
SHOs
15 (ACCS, FY2 and GP trainees)
24hr MG rota?
Yes

 

Specialty Tutor

Lyndsey MacDonald

Lyndsey.MacDonald@wales.nhs.uk

Onsite Services

Has all specialities on site like Neurosurgey and Cardiothoracic Surgery apart from Plastic Surgery which is based at Morriston’s Hospital in Swansea. Heli-pad is present.

Department Profile

In their own words –

“University Hospital of Wales (UHW) is a major 1000-bed hospital in the Heath district of Cardiff. The hospital is the third largest University Hospital in the UK and the largest hospital in Wales. UHW is a teaching hospital of Cardiff University School of Medicine and in close collaboration with the University and Deanery we support training and development at all levels from undergraduates through to CPD for consultants.

Cardiff and Vale University Health Board provides a wide range of services to the local population and also delivers specialist services in neurosurgery, cardiothoracic surgery, interventional radiology and paediatric critical care to some parts of South Wales. To support these services the Emergency Unit has recently undergone refurbishment to extend its resuscitation room. There are currently seven resuscitation bays with one dedicated paediatric bay.

Research is also encouraged and supported by our Professor in Emergency Medicine with excellent international links”