Ysbyty Gwynedd has been awarded for their commitment to patient safety after successfully completing a national programme of local data audits.
We have teamed-up with healthtech company Huma to assess whether people with heart problems can be supported in their homes using an app that reports on their condition.
Patients with spinal conditions can now access specialist care closer to their home as satellite clinics are introduced into North Wales for the first time.
Two caring members of staff from Rhuddlan Children’s Centre have transformed an overgrown area into a ‘sanctuary’ for all staff to use.
Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board is launching mobile vaccination clinics areas across Flintshire and Wrexham.
As part of the Welsh Government’s Help Us, Help You campaign, Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board asks visitors to think twice before attending an Emergency Department or calling 999 with non-life-threatening conditions.
Residents across Wales with Covid-19 symptoms are being urged to join the world’s largest trial of treatments at home to prevent deterioration from coronavirus.
A former Assistant Manager of a restaurant who became an Administration Assistant for the COVID-19 vaccination programme is going back to school to train as a nurse.
Patients who are receiving cancer treatment in North Wales are participating in a study looking at how online psychological support can improve their wellbeing.
GP surgery staff have played a key role in Wales’ world-leading vaccination roll out, but they now need the public’s support as they continue to adapt to the challenges created by the coronavirus pandemic, according to one of North Wales’ top doctors.
This week Covid-19 vaccinators in North Wales East celebrated vaccinating 200,000 people with their first dose.
The decommissioning process of the temporary hospital in Bangor that was set up to help in the fight against COVID-19 will begin this week.
Children who are having surgery at Ysbyty Gwynedd are now feeling less anxious thanks to a generous donation of teddy bears.
A much-loved Ysbyty Gwynedd nurse who was the first person in the UK to be appointed into a specialist nursing role for vascular surgery has retired this month after over 40 years in the NHS.
Patients across the UK will benefit from a super-charged clinical research system, backed by over £64 million of dedicated investment, which will save lives across the country.
A Denbighshire man who feared he’d ‘eaten himself into an early grave’ after being diagnosed with type 2 diabetes has undergone a life-changing transformation.
A life-saving project to provide access to hundreds of defibrillators across North Wales and teach people how to respond to a cardiac arrest has been hailed a success.
Patients in North Wales will be able to call 111 for free access to urgent out-of-hours medical care and round-the-clock health support and guidance from next week.
Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board has helped launch a first of its kind leadership training programme for young people in schools across North Wales.
A special film screening was held at Wrexham Maelor Hospital this week to raise awareness about the symptoms of a heart attack.