Kev Johns MBE has spoken publicly for the first time about the cancer treatment he received, in order to thank the “incredible” staff in Swansea Bay for saving his life.
Swansea Bay has delivered another first in sustainability following the creation of three new positions within the health board.
The staff network is one of the first to be included in the display at Amgueddfa Cymru - Museum Wales
Health Minister Eluned Morgan visited Neath Port Talbot Hospital to meet some of the team behind digital innovations which are supporting care delivery, and the clinical staff who are using them.
A ration book, a retro radio, a tie press and classic LPs are just some of the items being used to boost the wellbeing of Swansea Bay patients – but we still need your help.
A service that helps people with complex health and well-being needs while taking pressure off GPs has received national recognition.
Delyth Davies has spent most of her career in Infection Prevention and Control
Pregnant women experiencing issues such as anxiety and low mood can receive support through a new dedicated well-being clinic.
A corner of the ward has been turned into the 'Cirque de Paediatrics' to provide some relief for young patients undergoing treatment
A special event was held in Swansea today (Tuesday 10th October) with the aim of breaking the stigma surrounding mental health.
Morriston is the largest angioplasty centre in Wales and its cardiac catheter laboratory is rated the most efficient in the UK.
Specialist bereavement midwife Christie-Ann Lang and many of the parents she has supported are marking Baby Loss Awareness Week this week.
Carrie Downey, from Port Talbot, was diagnosed a year ago but tests have shown there is no longer any evidence of the disease.
Paul and Jordan Lee work in their spare time to devise definitive NHS e-learning course after fears over medical gas and cylinder safety.
A rugby tournament set up in the memory of a young rugby player, to raise funds to support patients and families affected by inherited cardiac conditions, is going from strength to strength.
A Swansea Bay nurse is helping change the way pressure ulcers in specific patients are dealt with throughout Wales to avoid unnecessary pain and harm.
Rebecca Lloyd will become a consultant radiographer - the first role of its kind in Swansea Bay.
The investment over two years includes the recruitment of 35 extra staff.
The Welsh Dragon Burns Club provides support, and trips away, for people who have undergone a burn's injury
A former NHS Direct call handler has become a leading expert in dementia after taking the bold step to retrain.