A rugby tournament set up in the memory of a young rugby player, to raise funds to support patients and families affected by inherited cardiac conditions, is going from strength to strength.
A Swansea Bay nurse is helping change the way pressure ulcers in specific patients are dealt with throughout Wales to avoid unnecessary pain and harm.
Rebecca Lloyd will become a consultant radiographer - the first role of its kind in Swansea Bay.
The investment over two years includes the recruitment of 35 extra staff.
The Welsh Dragon Burns Club provides support, and trips away, for people who have undergone a burn's injury
A former NHS Direct call handler has become a leading expert in dementia after taking the bold step to retrain.
Primary care and community staff in Swansea Bay have experienced first-hand what life is like for people living with autism and dementia.
Meet the health liaison officer who is the link between health and social care to help improve children’s well-being in Neath Port Talbot.
The UK’s first team of specialist paramedics who provide palliative and end of life care has been shortlisted for a national award.
Notice is hereby given that a meeting of Swansea Bay University Health Board will be held on Thursday, 28 September 2023 at 11.15pm, via YouTube livestream.
Old motorcycle leathers and helmets will be used by responders in simulated road traffic accidents
Dr Tal Anjum has been working in spare time since 2017 to help match staff with vacancies
The South West Wales Cancer Centre at Singleton Hospital has already recruited its first two patients for the PARABLE trial
A relieved mother has run two half marathons to say a whole lot of thanks to the NHS staff who saved her daughter’s life.
A project aiming to supply Morriston Hospital with fruit and vegetables has moved a step closer after unearthing its first harvest of crops.
It always starts, of course, with the precious donation of an organ to help a stranger.
A Swansea Bay pharmacist has visited hospitals in Africa to teach them about the importance of using antibiotics sensibly.
The new Swansea Bay Nursing and Midwifery Academy has been officially launched, paving the way for significant improvements in staff development and retention.
It’s a case of business as usual for Swansea Bay’s Apprentice Academy following a quiet few years during Covid.