During February Wrexham Maelor Hospital’s Cardiac Rehabilitation Team is teaming up with Wrexham AFC, along with the British Heart Foundation Cymru, to show their support for Heart Month.
A GP with a keen interest in treating skin cancer is now supporting other clinicians to diagnose and sometimes treat the condition in their practices.
People are invited to share their feedback on Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board’s plans for the new 63-bed unit and multi-storey car park before a full planning application is submitted to Denbighshire County Council in March.
One of the first stroke patients of a new Early Supported Discharge (ESD) service has praised the team for helping her leave hospital after just five days to recover at home.
Local Year 10 students from Wrexham and Flintshire had a taster of what it takes to become a doctor at Wrexham Maelor Hospital.
A woman who developed a severe rash on her neck and arms following COVID-19 has praised the Wrexham Maelor Hospital’s new cosmetic camouflage make-up service for helping to boost her confidence.
New figures have revealed the critical role that pharmacies and GP Practices have played in supporting the NHS during the busiest period in its history.
A specialist therapy team helped a former nurse regain his independence after a stroke, by helping him drive his prized Maserati again.
A teenager who needed intensive care treatment after contracting the flu virus has thanked the hospital teams who saved his life.
It can be distressing for vulnerable people being admitted to or discharged from hospital, therefore a new Red Bag pilot scheme has been launched to ensure they have all the important information they need with them.
A father who witnessed heartbreaking scenes working as a porter at a North Wales hospital has written a moving personal account of his experiences.
Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board has become the latest health board in Wales to launch a dedicated mental health advice service, offering support for people of all ages via the established NHS 111 call number.
Pupils and their parents or grandparents have taken part in an innovative cookery course at Brynteg Primary School in Wrexham developed by Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board’s Public Health Dietetics team.
Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board is encouraging people across North Wales to sign up for the iCAN Mental Health and Suicide Awareness Training developed by its mental health professionals.
Children and eligible adults will be able to get a free flu vaccine at one of the health board's mass vaccination centres from Monday.
A dairy farmer who collapsed while looking after his wife thought he would never leave hospital, until he was paired with an innovative team of healthcare professionals.
John Read said he had been “pottering about” making a cup of tea for his wife Kathleen at their home in Brynford, when he collapsed in July last year.
A new study funded by the National Institute for Health and Care Research (NIHR) aims to gain a better understanding around the challenges faced by family carers of people living with dementia in providing personal care.