NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT A MEETING OF THE SWANSEA BAY UNIVERSITY HEALTH BOARD WILL BE HELD ON THURSDAY, 24TH SEPTEMBER 2020 IN THE MILLENNIUM ROOM, HEADQUARTERS, ONE TALBOT GATEWAY, BAGLAN, SA12 7BR.
With winter on the way, and the number of cases rising both locally and nationally, all households across Swansea and Neath Port Talbot will soon be receiving important coronavirus information through their letterboxes.
Thousands of people across Wales can now access free online therapy on the NHS without needing to go through their GP
Swansea Bay UHB is the first in Wales to offer people access to their own health information through the Swansea Bay Patient Portal, with thousands already registered.
Today (Monday 14 September) saw the official launch of the South Wales Trauma Network, held at the new Major Trauma Centre at the University Hospital of Wales.
RESIDENTS are being urged to stick by the rules on Covid-19 to avoid a further outbreak in Swansea and Neath Port Talbot.
A team tasked with listening to patients in Swansea Bay and sharing their stories is becoming something to talk about itself
Dr Mikey Bryant, a Swansea Bay out-of-hours GP, modelled Liberia’s response on how colleagues at Morriston Hospital dealt with the pandemic.
Teams across the health board came together.
Beds and equipment at Llandarcy Field Hospital will shortly be relocated to Bay Field Hospital so the building can be handed back, with grateful thanks, to the Llandarcy Academy of Sport.
Swansea Bay University Health board has a new expert multi-disciplinary team of eye specialists and doctors all working together to deliver sight saving treatment
Fighting a common enemy.
Two Swansea Bay University Health Board nurses are in the running to be crowned the best in the country
Blood clot study the only one of its kind in the UK
ARK-Hospital expands into Singleton following its success at Morriston Hospital
A new out of hours Sanctuary Service has been launched to help people tackle a range of mental health problems in a safe secure environment
Pandemic created opportunity to introduce the outreach service
It will use antibodies from people who have recovered from the virus.
The 26-year-old is making great progress with the help a UK-first team