It explains how a local anaesthetic works.
He has experienced a darkness that far too many fail to survive but thankfully former serviceman Sandy Shaw has defeated his personal demons and is now helping others see the light.
A nurse who developed a new service to help families with inherited cardiac conditions has been shortlisted for a national award.
From Chris White, Swansea Bay Deputy Chief Executive and Chief Operating Officer.
Notice pursuant to Section 17 (3) of the above Act.
Work has started to transform two Swansea Bay hospital gardens into beautiful places for patients, visitors and staff to enjoy.
Health board invests £7.7 million
Centre welcomes back patients after its £1.2 million refurbishment
Patients in Neath are taking a good look at themselves as they try and help their doctors prescribe healthier lives.
Pioneering work being done on tissue 3D printing and reconstructive surgery
Morriston the top patient recruitment centre in the UK for global study
Morriston Hospital offers unique course to people with atrial fibrillation
The next generation of canine constables are in training in a disused Swansea Bay hospital.
Jenny Young is on a mission to improve the lives of women who have had mastectomies.
Her own experiences with a chronic condition means it's much more than just a job for her.
The work of Singleton Hospital’s dermatology team in using a new online medical record to make it more convenient for its patients to access ongoing care and medication, has received international recognition
At a time when loneliness and isolation appear to be on the increase, the Cwmtawe Cluster is helping to rebuild a sense of community in the Lower Swansea Valley
A pilot service at Neath Port Talbot Hospital has been found to drastically cut cancer diagnosis waiting times and it is also cost effective
A mental health service for young people has been chosen for Tesco’s Bags of Help community funding scheme.
Did you know that each year there are over half a million outpatient appointments in our Swansea Bay hospitals? Most of these (around 340K) are patients called back for follow up appointments.