Face masks: Due to the sharp rise in Covid-19 infections in our communities and on our wards, we require that all staff, patients and visitors wear face masks in all clinical and public areas, in all health and care settings, unless exempt.
It has a new lease of life as a mobile sexual health clinic.
Waiting lists for patients needing a PET/CT scan for cancer will be reduced as a multi-million pound scanner comes to Swansea Bay.
Patients in Neuro Rehabilitation Unit growing a bumper crop of fruit and veg
It’s feared some pre-school children may not be receiving their routine vaccinations on time due to the Coronavirus pandemic.
BUSINESSES in Swansea and Neath Port Talbot are being targeted with advice on how they can get their staff tested for Coronavirus.
Breakthrough sees radiotherapy sessions reduced from 15 to five
It gives advice on exercise, diet and mental wellbeing.
Swansea Bay University Health Board (SBUHB) has been rewarded with four nominations for a national award for teams or individuals who are doing outstanding work during the COVID-19 crisis
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT A MEETING OF THE SWANSEA BAY UNIVERSITY HEALTH BOARD WILL BE HELD ON THURSDAY, JUNE 25 2020 IN THE MILLENNIUM ROOM, HEADQUARTERS, ONE TALBOT GATEWAY, BAGLAN, SA12 7BR.
People hospitalised in Morriston and Singleton agree to test drugs to treat the virus
A thank you from Emma Woollett and Tracy Myhill, for our community's support for the NHS during the pandemic.
Swansea specialist urges people with symptoms to contact their GP
World-first success means life-saving service can continue during pandemic
Some GP surgeries in Swansea are taking a leaf out of Joe Wicks’s book by offering virtual tips on fitness for youngsters
Researchers behind a major new study charting how the people of Wales have coped with coronavirus are appealing for volunteers to share their experiences.
“If someone had told me this time last year that in 2020 I would be working on a Covid ward, I would have, respectfully, told them – they had lost the plot.”
Other respiratory patients helped through new way of working
National Volunteers Week couldn’t have come at a better time to enable Swansea Bay University Health Board to thank all those who have come forward to help protect the public
Morriston Hospital taking part in GenOMICC global study
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