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.
Podiatry care in Swansea Bay has moved up a step up by placing patients firmly at the centre of their treatment.
Darren Lewis suffered a serious brain injury after crashing his motorbike but is now training to complete a cycle ride to raise funds for the unit which is helping him in his rehab
A team of Morriston Hospital staff has gone an extra six miles to mark a special anniversary of its partnership with two-wheeled volunteers
After overcoming the challenges posed by Covid, nurse Caitlin Tanner has developed a care plan for patients with hearing aids or cochlear implants.
A move to turn the tide on the number of patients falling in Morriston Hospital has been such a success it will be rolled out further.
Health Minister Eluned Morgan unveils the plaque at the offical opening of our new theatre complex on 15th June 2023.
Morriston became the first hospital in Wales to introduce transcatheter aortic valve implantation – TAVI - in 2009.
A Swansea Bay mental health champion has heaped a shed-load of praise on a community well-being project.
A group of GP surgeries in Swansea are helping to improve young people’s mental health and well-being by offering support tailored to them.
Dedicated staff went to unusual lengths to find out how their patients feel – by having a feeding tube inserted from their nose down to their stomach.
Jiffy’s Cancer 50 Challenge is back for a third year and this time it’s bigger than ever.
Swansea Bay comms officer Geraint Thomas is hoping to complete a half marathon for our health charity.
Their roles vary from providing emotional support and advice for parents on the neonatal unit to transporting medicine to the homes of vulnerable patients – there’s no doubt Swansea Bay’s volunteers are worth their weight in gold.
The Royal College of Nursing has announced national strike action, which will affect services in Swansea Bay UHB on Tuesday 6th June and Wednesday 7th June.
A Swansea Bay skin care expert is aiming to educate people about common skin cancer myths to help them stay safe in the sun this summer.
A significant transformation within Swansea Bay’s paediatric consultant workforce aims to deliver even better care for children, and improve staff wellbeing.