These are the heartfelt messages of hope drawn on the walls of a Covid-19 testing centre to cheer patients up.
An army of volunteers has been praised for helping Swansea Bay University Health Board staff scrub up well for the battle against COVID-19
A student learning disability nurse has spoken about her “challenging but rewarding” work on the NHS frontline during Covid-19.
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Rosie is a surprising face of Swansea Bay’s innovation in the fight against COVID-19
A new scheme designed to offer reassurance to newly diagnosed COVID-19 patients in Swansea Bay, via telephone, is being declared a ringing success
While some spent their lockdown raising money for the NHS through feats of athletic endurance, Susan Quirk set herself a marathon challenge of a different kind
Hampers containing food, luxury and baby items have been handed out to parents supported by the neonatal outreach service.
Swansea Bay University Health Board’s Chief Executive Tracy Myhill is set to retire at the end of December this year. The announcement follows a personally challenging period for the Chief Executive, prompting a decision to retire earlier than originally planned.
Thousands of education staff in Swansea and Neath Port Talbot have had blood tests at the Bay Field Hospital over the last few weeks to find out if they have antibodies evidencing a previous COVID-19 infection.
Swansea Bay’s digital services team has set up a new system – utilising mobile PCs and Microsoft Teams – to make sure doctors who are shielding at home can still see their patients on their daily rounds.
New "mini-ED" just for them opens with the main Emergency Department
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