Patients have combined fun and fitness on their wards as part of a health board drive to promote the importance of physical activity.
Specialist teams have worked together to create well-being packs for people with low-risk mental health problems to help keep their brain active.
Hospital laboratories use a huge amount of energy, but Swansea Bay’s staff are doing their bit to go green and reduce the department’s carbon footprint.
Patients are being supported to manage their health conditions at home with the help of the virtual wards’ team of occupational therapists.
The third annual Jiffy’s Cancer 50 Challenge broke records as riders came out in force to raise money for cancer services in Swansea and Cardiff.
Young people in Swansea and Neath Port Talbot who may be struggling with their emotional health and wellbeing are getting earlier mental health support, thanks to a growing schools in-reach service.
The MIU will be open from 8am-9pm for a nine-month period because of ongoing staffing pressures
A stroke survivor has finished off a sponsored walk on the ward where staff cared for him and helped him re-learn how to walk.
A Swansea Bay nurse who has helped carved a path for her BAME colleagues has been nominated for a top award.
Natasha Vincent struggled with dyslexia and the pandemic, but also started a family, before achieving her dream of become a mental health nurse
Riders have one final chance to sign up for Jiffy’s Cancer 50 Challenge, which takes place this Sunday (August 20).
Active August - our campaign to get patients and staff moving more – has literally gone international.
From Myfanwy to Delilah, music has been unlocking memories for dementia patients in Swansea Bay.
The Swansea school of a teenager with a blood vessel disorder has raised hundreds of pounds for the hospital service which is treating her.
A nurse who overcame the odds to take up her dream career is being fast-tracked to becoming a leader of the future whilst helping reverse the trend of others quitting her profession.
A specialist service to support transgender people align their voices with their true selves has been set up in Swansea Bay.
The work of two Swansea Bay acute learning disability liaison nurses has been recognised through a national award.
Stars of children’s television proved compulsive viewing when they paid a surprise visit to Morriston Hospital.
Staff on Morriston Hospital’s children’s ward have dialled canine, canine, canine for a spot of pedigree pet therapy.
You are invited to Swansea Bay University Health Board’s annual general meeting on 14th August 2023 at 2pm, via YouTube livestream.