A team of Year 7 pupils scooped the £1k prize money from charity First Give, after highlighting the importance of mental health
Dean Osell walked 150 miles to raise funds after he and wife Fiona experienced the tragic loss of a child
A nurse who specialises in treating burns is urging everyone to apply sun cream often and dispose of instant barbecues safely as temperatures soar to avoid “pain and suffering”.
You are invited to Swansea Bay University Health Board’s annual general meeting on 21 July 2022 at 2pm.
For over a decade, Maggie Higgins has made a big difference to the lives of people with learning difficulties and hearing loss – contributing to work which can help reduce the risk of them developing dementia.
Plans for the new multi-million pound Adult Thoracic Surgical Centre for South Wales can go ahead at pace following a major boost from Welsh Government.
A retired carpenter who almost sliced off his fingers is still crafting away in his workshop thanks to the skill of Morriston Hospital staff.
Plans for a state-of-the-art new operating theatre at Morriston Hospital which combines a traditional operating room with advanced medical imagery, have taken a huge step forward.
A £2.5million investment in a new service providing enhanced recovery support for patients following some types of complex surgery will open the way for Singleton and Neath Port Talbot hospitals to do even more to tackle waiting lists.
An inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) patient has praised Swansea Bay’s commitment to improving care and resources following a rise in cases.
A new breakfast club is dishing up the opportunity for people in Swansea to connect with each other.
Moondance Cancer Initiative has recognised one individual and three teams from Swansea for their achievements in cancer services at Wales’ first cancer awards.
A retired reverend geared up for a challenge by cycling 100km to raise funds for the Morriston Hospital surgical team he says saved his life.
Swansea Bay launches weight management service for children and young people - with parents very much involved.
A former patient of The Welsh Centre for Burns and Plastic Surgery has raised more than £5,000 as a thank you to the “heroes” who saved her life.
A microscope that can be used for both ear and dental procedures means patients can now be treated quickly without the need for a hospital referral.
A grateful father is to take on a mountainous walking challenge to raise funds for Morriston Hospital’s Jill Rowe Neurology Ambulatory Care Unit which is helping his son get back on his feet.
A newlywed couple have thanked nurses in Morriston Hospital for helping them tie the knot on the groom’s ward.
Following a spate of break-ins at disused parts of Cefn Coed Hospital, security has been stepped up and a warning issued that trespassers may face police action.
Learn, don’t burn. That’s the message burns experts are sending out to parents and children to prevent potentially serious injuries this summer.