The Cwmtawe Cluster has a new service that can, quite literally, help people get back on their feet again
Hard working therapy dog Seren has just made her 200th visit to Singleton’s Radiotherapy department, where she visits weekly with her owner Francis Davies to bring smiles to cancer patients.
As the Project SEARCH interns move onto their second round of placements, their families reveal how much the work has helped them grow.
Macmillan team at Singleton Hospital helps Peter James get to the big day
A ward at Singleton Hospital which was badly damaged in a fire last March is re-opening, following an extensive refurbishment.
Giving up smoking is a good idea for anyone – but for people on home oxygen therapy it’s essential.
Swansea Bay’s speech and language team has given the profession plenty to talk about after picking up a major award
Swansea Bay staff have been recognised for their innovation, compassion and leadership at the 2019 Advancing Healthcare Awards Wales.
It offers FREE over-the-counter medications for 26 common conditions.
Speech and language therapist Sam Lloyd will be out and about on Morriston Hospital’s stroke ward on Christmas morning, helping ensure patients don’t miss out on their opportunity to enjoy a festive dinner.
A new video sharing system is helping families with premature babies in hospital to stay in touch this Christmas.
Some of Swansea Bay’s most adorable residents have been celebrating Christmas with the staff who helped give them the best start in life.
Meet the district nurses who are giving up their Christmas Day to serve others
Children with Type 1 Diabetes are invited to read about the adventures of Tim Dinosaurus -the creation of Katie Courtney and Ava Morgan, both aged 9.
It’s Santa’s busiest time of year but that didn’t stop him taking a morning off to send some Christmas cheer to Morriston Hospital’s children’s wards.
We can confirm that Morriston Hospital is treating five casualties who sustained injuries as a result of the bus accident in Swansea this morning.
A magnificent response to an annual appeal for Swansea Bay’s homeless community will really spread some festive cheer this Christmas.
Children in Swansea Bay with exceptional health needs will receive very special, and very fluffy, gifts this Christmas.
Swansea Bay health board’s army of volunteers have been thanked for their help at a special seasonal celebration.
Two Swansea Bay University Health Board employees have helped develop maternity training in Africa