The Welsh Independent Healthcare Association (WIHA) has been set up to help independent healthcare providers in Wales develop and share their knowledge and experiences. By providing robust information about the independent sector’s standards and work, WIHA aims to present impartial facts, which may be otherwise unknown. WIHA represents the individual and collective interests of member healthcare organisations, to make a positive contribution to the development and review of public policy regarding healthcare in Wales.
Chair of the Welsh Independent Healthcare Association
Secretariat to the WIHA.
Lead on Infection Prevention and Control in Wales and compiles the annual WIHA Credentials document.
Lead on Medical Revalidation and Appraisal in Wales.
Support for Sally Taber in responding to Welsh consultation documents and producing research reports.