Learning disability awareness training for health and care staff is to become mandatory across Wales, following the work of Swansea Bay University Health Board with local campaigners.
22 community pharmacists across Swansea and Neath Port Talbot can give people antibiotics for sore throats caused by a bacterial infection from 1st December.
A film which tells the story of how a nurse watched her twin fight to survive the flu has been nominated for a national award.
After John Thomas lost part of his leg to cancer, the 82-year-old could never have imagined he would be proudly riding his vintage tractor to raise money for the centre that helped him.
Staff at Neath Port Talbot Hospital have invited a group of tireless fundraises around for tea to say thank you for being their friends
Swansea Bay University Health Board employees and patients have lent their voices to a bid to promote brain injury awareness and neuro rehabilitation services across Wales
A specialist team based at Morriston Hospital has become the only one in Wales to be accredited by the Royal College of Psychiatrists.
The introduction of fixed and mobile computer stations in the hospital’s intensive care unit (ICU) has significantly changed the way nurses and other healthcare staff record patient notes.
Meet the woman making a real difference in a men’s shed world
A new garden in the Burns & Plastic Surgery Occupational Therapy and Physiotherapy Departments at Morriston Hospital is everything patients could wish for to help with their recovery by getting them out and about.
Once on the critical list, a Gower clinic has been transformed into one of the most modern in the Swansea Bay University Health Board area
Sometimes getting out in the fresh air and making new friends really is as easy as a walk in the park
The winter vomiting bug – also known as norovirus – is continuing to affect our hospitals.
Families in Swansea Bay are invited to come together for an annual service to remember their loved and lost babies.
The events may not have been Olympic standard but the VIP was world class!
Norovirus is circulating in our communities.
"It has a huge impact the care we're providing."
Healthcare in the Vale of Neath has been brought into the 21st century with a new primary care centre and pharmacy which will serve thousands of patients for years to come.
Swansea Bay UHB Chief Executive Tracy Myhill’s leadership has been publicly recognised for the second time this year.
Floral bunting, cake stands and china cups aren’t what you would usually expect to find in hospital – unless you’re in Gorseinon that is.