Rachel Thompson-Biggs completed the London Marathon.
An artist’s impression symbolising the efforts of health staff during the pandemic is hanging proudly in Singleton Hospital.
A milk hub which has helped many families in South Wales needs some helping hands to be able to support even more.
A commemorative project marking the impact of the pandemic is emerging across four Swansea Bay UHB sites.
A 12-year-old former patient has stamped his name all over an incredible fundraising challenge, which has collected more than £10,000 for Morriston Hospital’s Oakwood children's ward.
Sight-saving surgery is now being offered for the first time in Wales to people with health conditions, disabilities and learning disabilities.
A keen climber has praised the care he received from Swansea Bay staff which helped him conquer three mountain ranges just a year after he suffered multiple fractures in a cliff fall.
People living in Swansea and Neath Port Talbot who need urgent support with mental health issues can now call a team of mental health professionals for free, day or night. Call 111 Option 2 is running 24 hours a day, seven days a week, offering a triage service and support or signposting as appropriate.
Losing her mum was devastating for Jessica Jones – but she drew comfort from knowing it helped save a child who had been given hours to live.
The 2022 Living Our Values Awards set new records in the health board’s showcase event at Swansea Arena, as nominees gathered for the first in-person event since the pandemic.
Notice is hereby given that a meeting of Swansea Bay University Health Board will be held on Thursday, 29th September 2022 at 12.15pm via YouTube livestream.
A new community clinic is helping to diagnose people with lung conditions quickly and will prevent hospital admissions in future.
An annual rugby tournament which supports a life-saving cardiac service at Morriston Hospital is going from strength to strength.
After spending more than 40 years laying down foundations to help his colleagues shine, Gareth Howells has been identified as a star in his own right.
In light of the bank holiday on Monday, 19th September, for the State Funeral of Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II, there will be some changes to our services on the day.
If support worker Jacob Taylor draws a picture for anyone he cares for, they would be well advised to keep it safe, as it could be worth quite a bit one day.
Meet the nurses who visit patients across Swansea to help keep them out of hospital.
A Neath GP is developing an online directory of mental health support – and it’s proving really popular.
The former Welsh rugby raises funds for Velindre and South West Wales Cancer Centre
Former Glamorgan and England cricketer Robert Croft has paid tribute to the NHS’ team-work which he says kept his mother alive.
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