First dates for the Emergency Medical Retrieval and Transfer Services (EMRTS Cymru) engagement sessions have been announced by the Chief Ambulance Services Commissioner (CASC), responsible for leading the all-Wales engagement process.
Swansea Bay comms officer Geraint Thomas is hoping to complete a half marathon for our health charity.
A woman who had to re-learn how to walk after a sudden brain injury has completed a sponsored walk to thank staff for their care.
Asthma patients could cut Swansea Bay’s carbon footprint by the equivalent of 552 round-the-world car trips – simply by switching inhalers.
Spending six months in a SPA might sound like an indulgent perk for the rich and famous, but for one Swansea Bay nurse it was anything but – as she supported a vulnerable young man with learning disabilities at the height of the pandemic.
People with head and neck lumps that could signify cancer will be spared weeks of avoidable waiting and worrying before getting a diagnosis.
A tea bar in Morriston Hospital is serving up more than just hot drinks and refreshments after reopening for the first time since the Covid pandemic.
A retired oil rig worker has become the first person in Wales to have a heart valve replaced and be back home the same day.
An update on the condition of the three people taken to Morriston Hospital following the incident.
A Morriston Hospital nurse will be pulling on her scrubs to run this year’s London Marathon to raise funds for cancer charities close to her heart.
Pupils are being taught about non-clinical renal careers during the annual WKD
A dad who lost his leg in a road crash can carry his baby son without fear of falling after being fitted with a high-tech artificial limb.
This is just a small example of some of our staff who have proved an inspiration for others over the last year
Pain affects everyone sometimes, but for some it is a constant part of their lives. If that’s you or someone you know, please read on.
The chairman of Aberavon Rugby Football Club took a wintry ice-cold sea dip to raise money for the South West Wales Cancer Centre at Singleton Hospital – as a thank you for the care given to some of the club’s supporters.
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