We were delighted to welcome Health Minister Eluned Morgan to the Bay Field Hospital, where the Long Covid Rehabilitation Service is based, to talk to staff and patients about their experiences of working and benefiting from the service.
People suffering with long Covid symptoms are benefiting from getting out in the great outdoors as part of their ongoing recovery.
Having flown out of Afghanistan, fearing for his life as the Taliban stormed Kabul, Mohamed Ferooz Noori is now helping save lives by working with Swansea Bay’s vaccination programme.
A milk bank has been set up as part of the first hub in Wales to help ill or premature babies and, over time, mothers facing feeding difficulties.
Swansea GP Chris Jones says the palliative care paramedics are bringing benefits for patients and families
Notice is hereby given that a meeting of Swansea Bay University Health Board will be held on Thursday, 27th January 2022 at 12.00pm via YouTube livestream.
A new Community Supported Agriculture venture will start developing the field in March ready to start producing food next year.
There are many steps we can take to reduce the chances of a fall during a cold snap, both around the house and whilst out and about.
Artificial arm training simulator created in Swansea could help save lives and limbs across the UK and beyond.
Images of a schoolboy whose smile was restored after a holiday accident are helping other traumatised children via an innovative app in Swansea Bay - a first in the UK for community dentistry.
Community-based health and social care services in Neath Port Talbot and Swansea face increasing pressures as concerns grow over staffing shortages.
A Swansea Bay surgeon will swap the operating theatre for the TV screen later this month when he appears on Channel 5’s Watercolour Challenge.
A group of GP practices has launched a new scheme to help the environment by recycling inhalers that are no longer needed.
A plastic surgeon in Morriston Hospital has invented a specialist instrument for use in breast reconstruction surgery and named it the Swansea Retractor after the city where he works.
If they are well enough to be looked after in the community it's much better for them and a big help to the NHS in these unprecedented times
A group of GP practices in Swansea is helping the environment as well as its patients thanks to a new electric vehicle.
The National Elf Service has brought some festive cheer to young patients on the children’s ward in Morriston Hospital.
A community team has been declared the best in the country – after a challenging eight months that saw it put its work on hold to support the Covid response.
A service supporting people who have been affected by the pandemic or who are experiencing long Covid symptoms wants to learn how local communities have been affected.
Diabetes team worked with colleagues across Wales