Swansea Bay's new falls quality improvement lead role will see Eleri D'Arcy focus her attention on enhancing falls prevention services and educating patients about support available to them.
A “one in a million” nurse is saying his final goodbye to the NHS after 46 years.
Over 65s in Swansea Bay are being encouraged to attend dance classes in a bid to keep them on their feet.
International nurses spent up to two years away from their own families after relocating to Swansea Bay during the Covid pandemic.
Hundreds of beds no longer needed at Bay Field Hospital are being distributed to families and charitable organisations in Swansea, Neath and Port Talbot.
A new app which scans and measures wounds so staff can monitor them virtually is being used in Swansea Bay.
Following the publication of the Swansea Bay Community Health Council’s Accessing NHS dental care report on Monday, May 9th, the media asked for our response.
A group of GP surgeries in the Lower Swansea Valley is asking its patients for any suggestions for initiatives that may help combat loneliness.
If a picture is worth a thousand words then they are all thank yous when it comes to this painting gifted to the staff of Morriston Hospital.
Our sexual health service is going paperless! But it will mean some short-term disruption for patients while our staff train on the new system.
A music-loving teenager can now hear his favourite tracks clearly for the first time thanks to the latest technology available within Swansea Bay.
Attempting to summit three of south Wales’s highest mountains on the same day would be tough for most people but when you have Multiple Sclerosis, it is a serious prospect indeed.
Children living with disabilities are reaching new heights to overcome any perceived barriers to their being active and enjoying sport.
Changing the way elderly people are cared for after they have fallen has earned a specialist Morriston Hospital service a national award.
Senior nurse Lisa Graham has been awarded a Florence Nightingale Foundation scholarship to develop her plans to improve the safety of patients and staff.
Suzanne Martin has become the first orthoptist in Wales to train to give sight-saving injections.
A Swansea Bay assessment unit, for people with learning disabilities, has improved its facilities thanks to a new summer house.
She has been an inspiration and one of her kind for almost 20 years. Now Britain’s first deaf clinical psychologist is hoping her journey can open the door to others.
A group of GP practices has been proactively contacting patients who haven’t attended cancer screenings to discuss their concerns and encourage them to come forward.
Colleagues of a Swansea Bay nurse think she is ‘exceptional’ and a nationwide nursing charity agrees.