People are being supported with their mental health issues as part of a new initiative inspired by the virtual ward service.
Update 12:40pm on 16/02/2024 – The Business Continuity Incident at Morriston Hospital has been stood down. But the site remains busy, so please use alternative ways to access urgent care where possible.
The Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service transferred back to Swansea Bay UHB last year
Mobile hubs offering support to people affected by dementia are now running in communities throughout Swansea Bay.
Find out more about how services will be affected.
Musician and broadcaster Mal Pope is supporting our Cwtsh Clos campaign to help parents of pre-term and very sick babies in memory of his grandson, Gulliver. Read his story here.
Clinicians are now notified to better prepare themselves to treat patients with anxiety disorder
A little bundle of joy who was a lot littler than most has come along in leaps and bounds in time for his first birthday.
A cancer survivor is urging older people to take a bowel screening test at the earliest opportunity because it could save their life – just like it did for him.
A mum who trained to become a nurse more than a decade into her healthcare career is now managing her own team in Swansea Bay.
The Centre which was formerly based in two small rooms will benefit patients with haemophilia and other disorders
Patient's family gift nearly £3,000 after organising sell-out choir event.
As cases of measles increase across the UK, Swansea Bay University Health Board is encouraging children, teenagers and adults who have not had two doses of the Measles, Mumps and Rubella (MMR) vaccine to arrange vaccination with their GP as soon as possible.
A daring fundraiser is facing his fear of heights and open–water swimming to thank the cancer service that provided care and compassion to a close relative.
A family took to the sky to pay tribute to a thrill-seeking dad and fundraise for the Morriston service that cared for him during his 11-year cancer battle.
A highly specialised scanner used to diagnose cancer and other conditions is seeing more patients than ever at Swansea’s Singleton Hospital.
Empty plates are proving two Swansea Bay hospitals are dishing up even more tasty meals as they stay on course to meet food waste targets.
A leading KC has been appointed to oversee an Independent Review of Maternity and Neonatal services at Swansea Bay University Health Board.
The event at the end of Children's Mental Health Week is the first by CAMHS since it transferred to Swansea Bay UHB.
Primary care staff are introducing greener ways of working throughout their Swansea Bay practices.