Face masks and social distancing: Due to the rising prevalence of COVID-19 in our communities, we strongly encourage healthcare staff and visitors to wear a face covering in all of our settings, particularly in clinical areas and those with high footfall. Please exercise a common-sense approach and personal responsibility to help us reduce the impact of COVID-19 on our patients, workforce and services. In addition to wearing a face covering, it is important to continue to maintain social distancing where possible. Thank you for your continued support and co-operation at this time. We continue to regularly review our advice based on prevalence in our communities and our hospitals.
Highlighting some of the amazing work taking place behind the scenes in Swansea Bay during the Covid-19 pandemic.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT A MEETING OF THE SWANSEA BAY UNIVERSITY HEALTH BOARD WILL BE HELD ON THURSDAY, 25TH MARCH 2021 IN THE MILLENNUIM ROOM, HEADQUARTERS, ONE TALBOT GATEWAY, BAGLAN, SA12 7BR
The Duke of Cambridge made a special phone call to Swansea Bay University Health Board this week, to thank all our NHS staff for their efforts throughout the Covid-19 pandemic.
Morriston team recruits scores of patients for unique study.
An aspiring young actress from Swansea is starring in her own video urging people to stick to the rules to help end lockdown so she can go back to stage school
Symptom range expanded to help find hidden cases in Swansea Bay's communities
The First Minister has praised the role of Swansea Bay’s Apprentice Academy in helping ensure the NHS in Wales is in safe hands heading into the future.
New regulations are coming in on 1st March which will make it illegal to smoke in hospital grounds.
Morriston Hospital’s Emergency Department (ED) has launched its own in-house award ceremony in a bid to boost morale during the most difficult period in its history
Research project at Morriston Hospital focuses on potentially serious or even fatal chest injuries.
A group of GP surgeries in the Lower Swansea Valley is now offering a remote counselling and psychotherapy service for adults experiencing emotional distress and mental health challenges alongside its programme for youngsters
Swansea Bay residents are turning to exercise more frequently than people in any other part of Wales to help them improve their mental health during the Covid19 Pandemic.
It is with great sadness that we report the death of a much loved friend and colleague who worked in the Minor Injury Unit at Neath Port Talbot Hospital.
Two Swansea Bay UHB speech and language therapists have turned to the written word to help their patients, with the publication of a children’s book
Frontline clinicians give a harrowing account of the impact the second wave is having on patients and staff.
From Mark Hackett, CEO, Swansea Bay University Health Board, and Paul Mears, CEO, Cwm Taf Morgannwg University Health Board.
Notice pursuant to Section 24 (3) of the above Act.
Patients who are putting off important heart scans until they get a Covid-19 vaccination risk damaging their health or worse, a worried clinician has warned.