A new rehabilitation unit to help boost the recovery of stroke patients has opened at Ysbyty Eryri in Caernarfon.
Thirty one years after Princess Diana officially opened the Artificial Limb and Appliance Centre (ALAC) at Wrexham Maelor Hospital, staff have been looking back at her visit.
An award-winning outreach project which has helped dozens of the most vulnerable people in North Wales get treated for Hepatitis C will be rolled out in Bangor later this year.
Patients with stomach and intestinal problems will be seen quicker following the launch of a Gastroenterology clinic in Flintshire and Wrexham.
Patients at Mold Community Hospital were delighted with a visit from Theatr Clwyd’s young performers.
A health board staff member has been honoured by a charity enterprise for her role in developing innovative services which help prepare cancer patients for treatment.
Largest analysis of trapped patients injured in motor vehicle collisions reveals important differences in relation to age and gender, as well as higher mortality rates.
Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board (BCUHB) has launched a new programme today (Friday, June 24th) to ensure that the Armed Forces community across North Wales, are not disadvantaged in the care they receive and where possible, that they receive personalised care and improve patient outcomes.
Wrexham Maelor Hospital has stopped using plastic water bottles saving 80 tonnes of CO2e, and £75,000 per year.
More than 1,800 people work in vital roles to help our hospitals and other sites run smoothly – including porters, domestic assistants and tradespeople, laundry and catering staff, and many more
A scheme that allows families and carers to support people with dementia while they are in healthcare settings is being reintroduced in North Wales.
New practical cookery sessions to help people learn to cook healthy home-made meals have been a success with locals in Penley, Wrexham.
A moving tribute to babies who never got the chance to sparkle for long enough will shine a light on their lives next month.
The Little Stars Baby Memorial Service will take place at St Asaph Cathedral on Sunday July 3, with parents encouraged to light a candle set in a star for their lost loved one.