A group of GP practices in Swansea is helping the environment as well as its patients thanks to a new electric vehicle.
The National Elf Service has brought some festive cheer to young patients on the children’s ward in Morriston Hospital.
A community team has been declared the best in the country – after a challenging eight months that saw it put its work on hold to support the Covid response.
A service supporting people who have been affected by the pandemic or who are experiencing long Covid symptoms wants to learn how local communities have been affected.
Diabetes team worked with colleagues across Wales
Notice is hereby given that a special meeting of Swansea Bay University Health Board will be held on Thursday, 16th December at 2.15pm via YouTube livestream.
Slippers are often a popular gift for elderly loved ones at this time of year but it’s important to consider the style and fit of the pair you choose.
Dr Zoe Fisher, consultant clinical psychologist from Swansea Bay University Health Board, has won the award for Outstanding Contribution to Research Delivery at the Advancing Healthcare Awards (AHA) Cymru 2021.
Families wanting to be close to their newborn babies being cared for in a Swansea hospital can now unwind in peaceful surroundings following a heartfelt donation.
A group of Filipino nurses are celebrating a milestone in their NHS careers today (Tuesday, Novmber 30th).
The family of a patient who passed away in Morriston Hospital has donated a collection of toys to the children’s wards to help keep his memory alive.
It is important for everyone – individuals and businesses – to follow Welsh Government guidance on how to stay safe.
An emergency department nurse has combined his passion for nursing and writing by creating heartfelt poems inspired by the Covid-19 pandemic.
A statement from Mark Hackett, Chief Executive, Swansea Bay University Health Board, in response to a report about Children's Community Nursing Services.
Swansea-led study is due to start later this year
A new outpatient service for people with neurological conditions will more than halve the time they need to spend in hospital.
Eight care homes in Swansea and Neath Port Talbot have offered more than 50 beds between them to help ease the unprecedented pressures on health and social care.
Notice is hereby given that a meeting of Swansea Bay University Health Board will be held on Thursday, 25th November 2021 at 12.30pm via YouTube livestream.
During her time in the Army Reserves, Sharon Penhale has been able to bring valuable skills back to her day job as an appraisal and revalidation manager.
Dr Idris Baker will focus on person-centred palliative care for people with Motor Neurone Disease