Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board is launching a Stroke Improvement Programme which includes opening three stroke rehabilitation centres and new prevention, diagnosis and monitoring services.
A Wrexham woman has praised her surgical team at Ysbyty Gwynedd after they successfully removed her cancerous kidney using keyhole surgery.
A young musician has urged immunosuppressed patients to accept a revolutionary medication -designed to treat vulnerable people with Covid-19 - if it’s offered.
Luca Bradley, from Llandyrnog, was born with Down’s Syndrome and learned he had contracted coronavirus on December 21 – the day he was booked in for his booster vaccination.
‘Is there a doctor on board’ heard Inshad Ibrahim, from Wrexham Maelor Hospital’s Emergency Department, before he found himself helping a woman, only seven-months pregnant, give birth on a plane thousands of feet in the sky.
A team of volunteers and healthcare assistants have assisted nearly 4,400 members of the public at Ysbyty Gwynedd during December.
Volunteers are needed to take part in a new COVID-19 vaccine booster study in Wrexham.
The Pharmacy team at Wrexham Maelor Hospital are celebrating winning a health and care digital innovation award for the positive impact a pilot project has had on the lives of people in North Wales.
People struggling with mental health related issues have described how support provided through a Gwynedd drop in centre has helped them ‘learn to live again’.
A heartbreaking message from a dying father has revealed how desperate he was for a Covid vaccination.
The text message was sent by 45 year-old Stephen Doyle to his ex-partner Nichola, the mother of three of his children.
As he was dying with throat cancer in 1990, Ron Smith of Old Colwyn asked his wife, Margaret, to dedicate her life to helping to improve the lives of others living with cancer in North Wales by establishing a Cancer Centre in North Wales. Margaret, through lobbying and fundraising, achieved this within a decade and the impressive couple’s legacy continues to this day thanks to a generation of volunteers who were inspired by Margaret’s work.
Christmas this year is likely to be different for many of us. Consultant Psychiatrist Dr Alys Cole-King has shared her top tips on how to look after your mental health and wellbeing over the festive season.
Children on a paediatric ward will be showered with goodies this Christmas because of the generosity of others
A simple idea developed by a nursing sister is keeping families in the loop about relatives’ care and saving valuable clinical time for staff
Six young adults are the latest given chances to find a job via a scheme developing job prospects for those with learning disabilities and/or autism
A lead physiotherapist who pioneered a policy aimed at understanding fractures in children with limited mobility has been asked to speak at Great Ormond Street Hospital.
The famous children’s medical institution in London is one of many interested in the work of Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board’s Angela Wing.
Tailored exercise regimes are helping osteoarthritis sufferers in Rhyl reduce the debilitating pain associated with the condition.
Patients with the condition in their knees and hips are already benefiting from the six-week long ESCAPE Pain course, which is available by referral through people’s GPs or a physiotherapist.
Three nurses from across the Health Board have received a prestigious award to recognise their contribution to the profession.
Betsi Cadwaldr’s Covid booster roll-out is continuing unabated despite vandalism at one of its vaccination centres on Wednesday night.
The OpTIC Centre in St Asaph was welcoming appointees for their jabs from 8.30am on Thursday morning, despite 17 windows being smashed.
An innovative partnership between a health board and a hospice charity aims to make North Wales a “world leader” in caring for life-limited children