Swansea Bay University Health Board employees have penned a special thank you note for all the children who have brought a bit of colour to their day through drawing rainbows
Training courses to get new and returning health care workers into hospitals quickly as demand rises due to COVID-19 are taking place at Swansea’s Liberty Stadium.
Hot on the heels of his garden marathon, former Wales’ captain Ryan Jones, is putting his running shoes into retirement and dusting down the lycra for his latest idea to raise money for the NHS.
Take care when cooking and don't be tempted to burn waste.
The team at Tata Steel in Port Talbot have donated personal protective equipment (PPE) for Swansea Bay NHS staff on the frontline treating patients with Coronavirus
Work has started on transforming two key sites in the Swansea Bay area into field hospitals in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Swansea Bay’s GP Out of Hours treatment centre has a new temporary home in SA1
With virtually all hospital visiting now stopped in the fight against COVID-19, work is underway to support patients and their families to mitigate the consequences of the move.
The nightwear and toiletries will be given out to patients.
A huge amount of work has taken place to help the health board face the unprecedented challenges posed by the Coronavirus pandemic.
Mental health teams across the Swansea Bay University Health Board are joining in the unprecedented effort to tackle the Coronavirus pandemic.
The sun is out, the country is in lockdown and many people will be using the time to tackle gardening and DIY projects at home.
Concerns that medically fit elderly patients face greater risk of Coronavirus in hospital
Meet the super-nurse who is playing an advanced role in a Swansea surgery
It will not be held in public due to COVID-19.
The father of Welsh acting star Luke Evans has echoed his son’s praise of the NHS after badly injuring his hand in an accident with a circular saw
We now have nine confirmed cases of Coronavirus COVID-19 in our health board area.
It will help to protect our communities.
A second case of COVID-19 has been confirmed, this time in the Neath Port Talbot local authority area.