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Swansea Bay Health News

 

21/04/2022
Singleton Hospital eye care team scores another pioneering first

Suzanne Martin has become the first orthoptist in Wales to train to give sight-saving injections.

Matthew Knight outside the summer house
Matthew Knight outside the summer house
14/04/2022
New summer house set to enhance learning disabilities unit

A Swansea Bay assessment unit, for people with learning disabilities, has improved its facilities thanks to a new summer house.

Image shows a female standing outside a building
Image shows a female standing outside a building
13/04/2022
Britain's first deaf clinical psychologist hopes to inspire the next generation

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 picture of a woman wearing a blouse stood against a wall
A picture of a woman wearing a blouse stood against a wall
12/04/2022
New project helps to spot the early signs of cancer

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.

Cavell Star
Cavell Star
08/04/2022
Swansea Bay nurse declared a real star by her peers

Colleagues of a Swansea Bay nurse think she is ‘exceptional’ and a nationwide nursing charity agrees.

05/04/2022
Pharmacist's medicinal expertise helps set the standard during Africa visit

A Swansea Bay pharmacist has set the standard and established key practices in the use of medicine including antibiotics during a trip to Africa.

Members of staff gathered on a ward
Members of staff gathered on a ward
01/04/2022
Cardiac staff go the extra mile for people of Ukraine

Staff from the Cardiac Intensive Therapy Unit (ITU) and cardiac theatres will be raising their heart rates as they aim to reach more than 1,500 miles to raise money for the people of Ukraine.

Jo Humphreys playing keyboards and Richard Rees playing drums
Jo Humphreys playing keyboards and Richard Rees playing drums
30/03/2022
Stroke survivor sings the praises of music therapy service

Former singer Richard Rees has regained his voice and the use of his right arm and leg thanks to the Morriston Hospital service.

Members of the team stood outside the GP surgery
Members of the team stood outside the GP surgery
29/03/2022
Virtual wards offer hands-on care closer to home

Read real life case studies where Swansea Bay patients and their families talk about their experiences of virtual wards.

Staff pictured with some of the unused beds
Staff pictured with some of the unused beds
28/03/2022
Unused field hospital beds offered to Swansea Bay communities and Ukrainian refugees

Hundreds of brand new single beds and mattresses which were urgently procured for the Covid-19 field hospitals in Swansea Bay will now be donated to people who really need them.

Image shows staff members in the Neonatal Unit
Image shows staff members in the Neonatal Unit
25/03/2022
First-class delivery at Swansea baby unit makes it one of UK's best

Methods including sealing babies in plastic bags to keep them warm have helped Singleton Hospital’s Neonatal Unit deliver top marks that significantly exceed the UK national average.

Image shows Jonathan Howard, clinical scientist
Image shows Jonathan Howard, clinical scientist
25/03/2022
Cutting-edge 3D technology gives disabled people more independence

Cutting-edge technology, supported by people’s generosity, has helped create customised devices to give disabled people more independence.

SBUHB logo
SBUHB logo
24/03/2022
Notice of board meeting - 31 March, 2022

Notice is hereby given that a meeting of Swansea Bay University Health Board will be held on Thursday, 31st March 2022 at 12.15pm

Medical student Leo Polchar
Medical student Leo Polchar
24/03/2022
Sounds of emergency department inspire instrumental music

A medical student has been inspired by the sounds of Morriston Hospital’s Emergency Department to create a piece of music aimed at soothing colleagues and patients.

Paul Mugford
Paul Mugford
22/03/2022
Hospital's catering staff helped fuel response to pandemic

If, as Napoleon famously declared, an army marches on its stomach, Swansea Bay’s catering team deserves particular mention in despatches.

Research and development team
Research and development team
22/03/2022
Swansea Bay's "small but mighty" research and development team helps pave the way for living with Covid

Two years on from the first national lockdown we are in a far better position to understand, help prevent and treat Covid thanks to the outstanding and ground-breaking efforts of scientists and researchers from around the world.

Swansea Bay Green Group logo
Swansea Bay Green Group logo
18/03/2022
Healthcare staff launch new Swansea Bay Green Group

A group of frontline Swansea Bay healthcare staff have today launched a new group to help tackle the climate crisis and make the NHS in the region more environmentally friendly

17/03/2022
Young patients become trainee biomedical scientists for the day at Morriston Hospital

Two children became trainee biomedical scientists for the day when they visited Morriston Hospital to find out what happens to their blood samples.

Dr Zena Marney outside the Dementia Hwb
Dr Zena Marney outside the Dementia Hwb
16/03/2022
Swansea Bay staff raise awareness of delirium

Swansea Bay staff have raised awareness of delirium at a special event.

Clive Rew pictured at his home
Clive Rew pictured at his home
15/03/2022
Retired hero cop forever grateful to NHS for saving his life after suffering heart attack

A retired hero policeman who was a key figure in foiling the attempted Millennium Dome heist has thanked the NHS for the “gold-standard service” he says saved his life.

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