Betsi Cadwaladr has confirmed that she has received a notice of termination regarding dental services in Flint.
Bupa Dental Care in Flint has given notice of termination to the North Wales Health Board. The dentist’s service contract ends on May 31, 2022.
Betsi said they are committed to ensuring that patients are not deprived of dental services and are currently researching options to allow continuity of services.
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Peter Greensmith, Acting Deputy Director of Dental Services for North Wales at Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board, said: “We have received notice of termination of NHS dental services from Bupa Dental Care in Flint.
“We remain committed to ensuring that the dental services in Flint that are the subject of the notice served by Bupa are not lost to the public.
“As such, several options are currently being considered to ensure service continuity. These are commercially sensitive and more details will be shared when firm plans are in place.”
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A Bupa spokesperson said: “Bupa Dental Care Flint is open as usual and we are still taking appointments for our patients.”