A North Wales nurse who has been described as a ‘credit to the profession’ has been recognised with a top national award.
The number of North Wales pharmacies where people can receive assessment, diagnosis and prescribed medication for minor illnesses is set to more than double over the winter months.
A new charity partnership coming to North Wales will help encourage people living with cancer not to “lose the joy of living in the fear of dying”
A Wrexham doctor has joined forces with a medical supplier to launch a ground-breaking new aid which could vastly improve the lives of up to 90,000 NHS patients across the country.
Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board is recruiting additional vaccination staff to help get booster jabs into the arms of North Wales residents as quickly as possible this winter.
Doctors across the Health Board have been recognised for their dedication to research with a special award.
There is currently an unprecedented demand on health and social care services across North Wales, which is leading to significant delays in care provision and pressure on our emergency services.
A North Wales healthcare team have scooped a top national award for going ‘above and beyond’ to enhance the quality of life of a teenager with complex needs.
A Covid outbreak at one of our general hospitals has been declared over.
Ysbyty Glan Clwyd had been under a tighter visiting regime while it dealt with community and hospital acquired infections.
However the site’s senior management team has declared the outbreak finished, after a period of decline in the number and nature of Covid transmissions.
The Moondance Cancer Initiative Innovation Time Awards were created in Summer 2021 to encourage and support staff across Welsh health and care services to adopt practical and clinical innovations to improve cancer outcomes with immediate impact - whether in cancer services, diagnostics, treatments, enabling technologies or workforce on the ground.
A North Wales GP fears that ongoing public criticism, together with exhausting workloads is having a demoralising effect on NHS staff, as they prepare for their busiest ever winter.
With COVID-19 case rates at worryingly high levels and some models suggesting a very heavy flu season, it is vital that if you’re eligible, you have your flu and booster vaccines as soon as they are offered.
A patient receiving dialysis at Wrexham Maelor Hospital has published a book called Transplants and Fears about his experiences in the hope to help other people going through a similar journey.
A dentist who uprooted his family to make sure NHS patients in North Wales receive the treatment they need says he intends to “see it through”.
Thousands of frontline care workers are protecting themselves against the flu virus thanks to an innovative vaccination partnership with community pharmacies
People with hearing difficulties across North Wales will find it easier to access specialist support in their GP surgery, thanks to investment in a new NHS service
The family of a woman who spent six months in Ysbyty Gwynedd battling COVID-19 have praised the staff on the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) for saving her life.
Critical care colleagues have paid homage to 20 years of service from a group of “honorary Welsh” nurses who left their families almost 10,000 miles behind to save North Walian lives.
Staff from Ysbyty Glan Clwyd’s Intensive Therapy Unit gathered last week to celebrate Filipino colleagues who came to North Wales in 2001.
A pioneering heart care van, a ‘first of its kind’ anywhere in the United Kingdom, has hit the roads of north Wales delivering care closer to home.
A patient has praised the new Rapid Access Syncope Service at Wrexham Maelor Hospital, which has reduced appointment waiting times for people who suffer from blackouts from 12 to four weeks.