Community Health Councils (CHC) are the independent voice of people in Wales who use NHS services. We are made up of local volunteers who act as the eyes and ears of patients and the public.
There are 7 CHCs covering different parts of Wales:
For further information about your local Community Health Council (CHC) click the appropriate CHC name.
The Board of Community Health Councils in Wales (See their website here) is responsible for monitoring the performance of the Community Health Councils (CHCs), the conduct of members and performance of officers as well as operating a complaints procedure.
We encourage and support people to have a voice in the design and delivery of NHS services. We provide an important link between those who plan and deliver NHS services, those who inspect and regulate it and those who use it.