The UK’s first rotational palliative care paramedics have begun their training in readiness to launch the pilot service in Swansea and Neath Port Talbot before Christmas.
When Gayle Lewis sounded the Last Post outside Morriston Hospital on Armistice Day, she was not only honouring our war dead but giving thanks for the staff inside who have worked so tirelessly throughout the pandemic.
More adults eligible for the free flu jab have been vaccinated in Swansea Bay than any other part of Wales so far this autumn.
Children across Swansea Bay are the first in Wales to be offered sight-saving treatment which will prevent them from needing a transplant.
Catch-up flu vaccinations for children and young people are being offered at a new drive-through delivered by the school nursing service.
Enhancing access to hospital services for children with the help of technology is the aim of a pilot project in Swansea Bay.
A nurse dedicated to helping people with diabetes is celebrating winning a prestigious national award for her work.
A message from our Chief Executive, Mark Hackett, about how the NHS in Swansea Bay is responding to unprecedented pressures this winter.
A specialist nurse has been recognised for helping women receive a quicker diagnosis and short-term treatment for cancer until surgery can be performed.
The 10,000-panel farm is part of a £13.5 million series of environmental improvements across the health board
Swansea Bay’s Medical Illustration Department is using virtual reality to teach new doctors a real life or death technique.
Two-year study will be led by Morriston Hospital's Dr Ceri Battle
Notice is hereby given that a special meeting of Swansea Bay University Health Board will be held on Thursday, 28th October 2021 at 11.45am via YouTube livestream.
An emergency department nurse has created heartfelt care packages for children as a way of comforting them following the loss of a loved one.
Do you have a relative in one of our hospitals who is well enough to go home? Can you help us avoid delays in discharging them?
Pressures on the NHS are higher than they’ve ever been, and we need your help.
Appointments with Swansea Bay's Stammering Service went from face-to-face to virtual with the support of the Michael Palin Centre
The flu virus is already circulating and has led to people being hospitalised.
It will strengthen research into benefits of exercise for stroke patients
The role of Swansea Bay University Health Board's first perinatal mental health specialist midwife aims to support those who may struggle during pregnancy and following the birth of their child.
Hazel Eastman started her career in Morriston Hospital as a student in 1964