As the country marks National Volunteers Week all those who gave up their time to help ensure people in Swansea Bay receive their prescriptions over the past two months or so are being made to feel appreciated
Swansea Bay's video conferencing service the first of its kind in Wales
Lockdown has made many things more challenging, none more so than giving birth.
Changes are part of the ongoing COVID-19 response
Grateful patients and their families have been in touch to thank Swansea Bay University Health Board staff for their care during the pandemic
Professor Keith Lloyd has been appointed Independent Member of the Swansea Bay University Health Board
They may be field hospitals built in just weeks, but they are also blank canvasses for some stunning pieces of art to welcome patients and staff.
Morriston Hospital consultant's safety advice following three serious accidents
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT A MEETING OF THE SWANSEA BAY UNIVERSITY HEALTH BOARD WILL BE HELD ON THURSDAY, MAY 28 2020 IN THE MILLENNIUM ROOM, HEADQUARTERS, ONE TALBOT GATEWAY, BAGLAN, SA12 7BR.
Consultant Connect used 241 times since launching in April
It is with great sadness that we report the death of Liz Spooner, a caring and dedicated Singleton Hospital nurse.
Ward S was the first in Swansea Bay to become a dedicated Covid-19 ward.
If anyone deserves a lap of honour then it’s Penny Seager-Davies who is only six years old but whose little legs have gone a very long way.
The Minor Injury Unit at Neath Port Talbot Hospital now has a virtual waiting room to ensure patients are socially distanced.
The first cars have arrived at a drive-through Coronavirus testing unit in Swansea for health and other frontline staff.
Many Swansea Bay GPs open for Friday Bank Holiday and extra pharmacies volunteer for out-of-hours rota
Patricia Hughes lost her battle with serious ongoing health problems and COVID-19 last month.
Andrew Stevens was awake throughout the three-hour operation
Swansea Bay Macmillan information and support service adapts to support people with cancer during coronavirus crisis
It will be able to test up to 360 health and social care staff a day