We’re currently seeing a sharp rise in confirmed cases of flu, Covid and several other viral respiratory infections across our hospitals.
A children’s ward at Morriston Hospital has been gifted enough presents to fill Santa’s sleigh from a family grateful for the care its staff gave their daughter.
Vulnerable women seeking refuge in Swansea Bay can access medical care and support to help improve their health and well-being.
A little man with a big heart – and strong legs – has raised more than £1,000 as a way of thanking staff who looked after him in hospital.
Coloured lights and high-tech glasses are giving patients with breast cancer direct control over part of their treatment at Singleton Hospital.
A significant investment is helping to ensure data from patient scans can be analysed as quickly and accurately as possible.
A checklist created by cardiac staff in Morriston has seen the hospital become a UK leader in the safety of patients having open-heart surgery.
A devoted couple who decided to renew their marriage vows following a cancer diagnosis ended up having to wait three years to do so.
A new £2million purpose-built fracture clinic is increasing time dedicated to patient care and cutting waits on treatment after opening at Morriston Hospital.
A group of Swansea Bay pharmacies are leading the way in Wales with an inhaler recycling project which could help the fight against global warming.
Hospital staff are launching their very own Baywatch – but to keep people safe on the wards rather than at sea.
More people than ever will have access to their health records with a huge expansion of a digital service that Swansea Bay pioneered in Wales.
A new service using specially-trained volunteers is providing extra support, comfort and companionship to patients who are receiving end-of-life care.
They are among the most difficult conversations facing health professionals, but a growing number of Swansea Bay staff are being trained to give patients coming to the end of their life additional care and comfort when they need it most.
A groom spent what should have been his honeymoon 2,000 miles away from his wife because of a very different matter of the heart.
Primary school pupils visited Ty Olwen Hospice to put up decorations made out of materials destined for the recycling bin.
A Swansea Bay devised scheme to donate hundreds of unneeded brand new beds and mattresses to those who need them most has won a national award.
Steve Liddiard said taking up photography has 'transformed him'
A Swansea Bay patient has been spared the prospect of a six-month hospital stay - and being fed intravenously - thanks to an innovative new device.
A Swansea mum is on track to achieve her dream job thanks to a new university course.
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