A senior member of Swansea Bay’s nursing team has been named among the UK’s 75 most influential nurses in a prestigious list marking this week’s NHS 75th birthday.
As the NHS celebrates its 75th anniversary, a cardiac patient who has just had replacement stents fitted more than a decade after his first set has said a big thank you to the teams behind his care.
Dindi Gill made the case for EMRTS which brings A&E skills to scene of accidents
Music is proving to be a hit with patients and staff in Neath Port Talbot Hospital.
Virtual reality (VR) is helping patients in a secure hospital unit experience the great outdoors.
A scanner that will play a vital role in detecting cancer is on its way to Neath Port Talbot Hospital – and it hasn’t cost the NHS a penny.
As part of July's celebrations to mark the 75th anniversary of the NHS, Swansea Bay parkrun is dedicating both the senior and junior runs on July 8/9th to our health service.
A poignant and lasting outdoor tribute to the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic in Swansea and Neath Port Talbot is being unveiled from this week, beginning with a special event in Morriston Hospital.
Swansea Bay’s team of district nurses is set to expand, making it even easier for patients to be cared for at home.
Family and friends of a respected paramedic who passed away with Covid have generously given back to the unit which cared for him.
More patients than ever across Swansea Bay are benefiting from a service which provides care in their own homes rather than in hospital.
A ground-breaking Swansea Bay service which uses art as a platform to tackle mental health, wellbeing and trauma among staff has been shortlisted for a national award.
Keyhole surgery for people with a debilitating spinal condition has been carried out for the first time in Swansea Bay.
A second generation Filipino nurse is literally going from strength to strength in Swansea Bay after breaking a powerlifting record.
The therapy dog has become a regular fixture at the Hafod y Wennol unit for people with learning disabilities.
Parents who have lost a baby are supporting others going through the same devastating experience to create precious memories of their own.
International nurses who have made big sacrifices and uprooted their lives to work in Swansea Bay were celebrated at a special event.
Thousands will receive an extra check up to help keep the chronic condition under control.
Stress incontinence can be cured or greatly improved.
Switched on Swansea Bay theatre staff are making considerable energy and financial savings by turning off specialist equipment when they are not in use.