Notice is hereby given that a special meeting of Swansea Bay University Health Board will be held on Thursday, 28th October 2021 at 11.45am via YouTube livestream.
An emergency department nurse has created heartfelt care packages for children as a way of comforting them following the loss of a loved one.
Do you have a relative in one of our hospitals who is well enough to go home? Can you help us avoid delays in discharging them?
Pressures on the NHS are higher than they’ve ever been, and we need your help.
When the nation stood on doorsteps to clap our NHS heroes, GP surgery receptionists deserved their fair share of that applause – sadly they are now being insulted and abused in increasing numbers.
Appointments with Swansea Bay's Stammering Service went from face-to-face to virtual with the support of the Michael Palin Centre
The flu virus is already circulating and has led to people being hospitalised.
It will strengthen research into benefits of exercise for stroke patients
The role of Swansea Bay University Health Board's first perinatal mental health specialist midwife aims to support those who may struggle during pregnancy and following the birth of their child.
Hazel Eastman started her career in Morriston Hospital as a student in 1964
Two Swansea Bay doctors have earned the praises of their students in Swansea University Medical School.
Welsh Nursing Care Record introduced at Neath Port Talbot Hospital and soon to expand to Singleton
Notice is hereby given that a meeting of Swansea Bay University Health Board will be held on Thursday, 7 October at 11.45am via YouTube livestream.
The Cwmtawe Cluster – a group of three GP practices in the Lower Swansea Valley – is introducing a new service aimed at helping those with complex health and wellbeing issues, made more urgent by the pandemic.
An acute hub is also included in the health board's proposals for the Swansea hospital
Almost as many children aged 15 and under have been in hospital with Covid-19 in Swansea Bay over the last three months than the whole of the rest of the pandemic.
One of the linear accelerators at the Singleton Hospital centre will be replaced at a cost of £4 million
Proposals envisage Singleton Hospital as Swansea Bay's Centre of Excellence for planned surgery.
Staff in Swansea Bay’s headquarters can benefit from an environmental project to help promote well-being.
Three mental health nurses from Cefn Coed Hospital have turned to poetry to process their emotions of working through the pandemic.
Measures used in Swansea and Neath Port Talbot schools last term are to be retained.