A highly specialised scanner used to diagnose cancer and other conditions is seeing more patients than ever at Swansea’s Singleton Hospital.
Empty plates are proving two Swansea Bay hospitals are dishing up even more tasty meals as they stay on course to meet food waste targets.
A leading KC has been appointed to oversee an Independent Review of Maternity and Neonatal services at Swansea Bay University Health Board.
The event at the end of Children's Mental Health Week is the first by CAMHS since it transferred to Swansea Bay UHB.
Primary care staff are introducing greener ways of working throughout their Swansea Bay practices.
A Swansea Bay doctor has been described as ‘a rising star’ for her work in helping improve the care of elderly patients.
More than 1,200 hospital admissions have been avoided over the last year by providing the same level of care for patients at home.
Staff involved with three innovative Swansea Bay services which were recognised in the 2023 NHS Wales awards have now been presented with their winners’ plaques by Judith Paget, NHS Wales’ chief executive.
Notice is hereby given that a meeting of Swansea Bay University Health Board will be held on Wednesday, 31st January 2024 at 10:30am in the Millennium Room at Headquarters, One Talbot Gateway, Baglan, SA12 7BR.
A message from Emma Woollett about her role as Chair of Swansea UHB.
It is almost 50 years since Pat Barker started her career in the NHS, but she is not showing any signs of slowing down as she shares her wisdom in a new role.
Our response to three Ombudsman's Reports.
Sian King gifts range of equipment, including an audio communicator, flashing coasters and talking alarm clocks to help with care for dementia patients.
The recently transformed primary care audiology service has expanded to offer more specialist access to patients.
Almost 200 first-time mums have volunteered for a study into whether extra support helps them feed their babies in a way that works for them.
The three days of industrial action by junior doctors in Wales has now ended, and we would like to say thank you to patients and the public for their patience and understanding during this period.
A first-for-Wales role promoting the importance of oral hygiene in hospital could lead to earlier discharges and provide comfort for patients.
Meet the Swansea Bay learning enthusiast who certainly leads by example.
Women can now ask for a supply of contraceptive pills from community pharmacies in Swansea Bay while they arrange a longer-term solution.
A dedicated group for men with learning disabilities is helping them to share support and advice on various aspects of day-to-day life.