The 2022 Living Our Values Awards set new records in the health board’s showcase event at Swansea Arena, as nominees gathered for the first in-person event since the pandemic.
Notice is hereby given that a meeting of Swansea Bay University Health Board will be held on Thursday, 29th September 2022 at 12.15pm via YouTube livestream.
A new community clinic is helping to diagnose people with lung conditions quickly and will prevent hospital admissions in future.
An annual rugby tournament which supports a life-saving cardiac service at Morriston Hospital is going from strength to strength.
After spending more than 40 years laying down foundations to help his colleagues shine, Gareth Howells has been identified as a star in his own right.
In light of the bank holiday on Monday, 19th September, for the State Funeral of Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II, there will be some changes to our services on the day.
If support worker Jacob Taylor draws a picture for anyone he cares for, they would be well advised to keep it safe, as it could be worth quite a bit one day.
Meet the nurses who visit patients across Swansea to help keep them out of hospital.
A Neath GP is developing an online directory of mental health support – and it’s proving really popular.
The former Welsh rugby raises funds for Velindre and South West Wales Cancer Centre
Being told your baby is deaf must be heart-breaking but Tara Thomas is full of praise for the way Swansea Bay’s audiology team has helped her daughter adjust.
The family of a former Morriston Hospital patient has gone to great lengths – including cycling from south to north Wales in record time - to raise over £20,000 for cancer research in Swansea Bay.
Former Glamorgan and England cricketer Robert Croft has paid tribute to the NHS’ team-work which he says kept his mother alive.
A new initiative in Swansea Bay, aimed at strengthening the bond between new mothers and their babies through music, really does pull on the harp strings.
Just one year ago, keen photographer Ashley Lovering had to be carried up the steps to his apartment because he was too poorly to climb them.
Nathan Ford suffered life-threatening injuries during a triathlon but has been working hard at his rehabilitation
A new service to help relieve irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) symptoms is now available to patients at GP practices across Swansea Bay.
Swapping the hospital reception desk for his DJ decks will see Ben Vincent fulfil a dream this weekend in front of thousands of music fans.
A summer of sun and extra flower beds have blossomed into the perfect partnership for patients’ wellbeing at Singleton Hospital.
There is a major outage of a computer system that is used to refer patients from NHS 111 Wales to out-of-hours GP providers. This system is used by local health boards to coordinate these services for patients. The ongoing outage is significant and has been far reaching, impacting each of the four nations in the UK.