A phone app that puts GPs in touch with hospital consultants for expert advice is also being used by dentists in Swansea Bay in a UK first.
Swansea Bay comms officer Geraint Thomas is hoping to complete a half marathon for our health charity.
The Common Ailments Service covers 26 everyday conditions and is available at all 93 community pharmacies in Swansea Bay.
Notice is hereby given that a meeting of Swansea Bay University Health Board will be held on Thursday, 26 January 2023 at 12.45pm, via YouTube livestream.
An innovative service that quickly helped identify new or deteriorating lymphoedema issues during the start of the Covid-19 pandemic has gained further recognition for one of its developers.
A pioneering researcher whose work on chest trauma has had a global impact has scored a first-in-Wales appointment.
The transfer of traditionally hospital based services into the community is making great headway in Swansea Bay, with the launch of the new Fracture Discharge Service.
Industrial action - key information and updates for patients.
Morriston Hospital’s cardiac intensive care unit (ICU) has been gifted a £5,500 thank you from the family of a former patient.
Families of patients waiting to be discharged from hospital are being urged to do all they can to support them to go home as quickly as possible.
People with epilepsy are now able to help manage their condition, while reducing waiting lists for others at the same time.
High numbers of extremely unwell patients are being seen in Morriston Hospital’s Emergency Department (ED).
People living in Swansea Bay are being asked to think twice before visiting family and friends in hospital if they are feeling under the weather themselves.
We’re currently seeing a sharp rise in confirmed cases of flu, Covid and several other viral respiratory infections across our hospitals.
A children’s ward at Morriston Hospital has been gifted enough presents to fill Santa’s sleigh from a family grateful for the care its staff gave their daughter.
Vulnerable women seeking refuge in Swansea Bay can access medical care and support to help improve their health and well-being.
A little man with a big heart – and strong legs – has raised more than £1,000 as a way of thanking staff who looked after him in hospital.
Coloured lights and high-tech glasses are giving patients with breast cancer direct control over part of their treatment at Singleton Hospital.
A devoted couple who decided to renew their marriage vows following a cancer diagnosis ended up having to wait three years to do so.
A checklist created by cardiac staff in Morriston has seen the hospital become a UK leader in the safety of patients having open-heart surgery.