North Wales Police and Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board are continuing to urge the public to continue to adhere to restrictions to help slow the spread of COVID-19.
Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board has launched a new service to help people keep in touch with loved ones while they are in hospital.
Holywell resident Neil Price is the first patient treated on the Critical Care Unit at Glan Clwyd Hospital to be discharged home. Staff lined the corridor to Ward 9 to see Neil off home on Monday after spending six weeks in hospital recovering from COVID-19.
People with suspected cancer symptoms are being urged to not delay seeking advice and treatment because of the COVID-19 outbreak.
The NHS in North Wales is reminding people about the importance of keeping up-to-date with vaccinations to help prevent the spread of preventable diseases.
The support that has been shown for NHS staff and carers in recent weeks has been overwhelming. During these challenging times, this public display of support and recognition has meant so much to our staff.
A former Emergency Department nurse is returning to the NHS in order to support her colleagues during the outbreak of COVID-19.
Clapping and cheering echoed in the corridors of Ysbyty Gwynedd this week as the first patient to have needed intensive care treatment was allowed to go home.
It is with profound sadness that we can confirm that Andy Treble, a Theatre Assistant at Wrexham Maelor Hospital, has passed away.
Clinics to immunise children from diseases such as measles are now being carried out in school venues thanks to partnership working with local authorities.
Staff at a Wrexham based mental health helpline are marking its 25th birthday by calling on people struggling with their mental health during the COVID-19 crisis to reach out for support.
Temporary changes to the way community midwifery services are operating have been introduced as part of the Health Board’s work to reduce the risk of infection from COVID-19.
North Wales Police and the NHS have teamed up ahead of the Easter weekend to urge the public to stay at home to save lives and help protect the NHS.
A Dementia Hub has been launched at Ysbyty Gwynedd to enable staff to provide support to those living with the condition during the outbreak of COVID-19.
North Wales’ three temporary hospitals have been renamed after the rainbow symbol of hope which has become synonymous with the region’s response to the outbreak of COVID-19.
Around 700 visors to help protect frontline staff during the COVID-19 pandemic have been donated to the Health Board thanks to a huge effort by the local community.
Deeside Leisure Centre will be the third location of a temporary hospital to treat North Wales residents with symptoms of COVID-19.
Bangor University’s sports and leisure facilities will be converted into a temporary hospital to provide beds for patients with COVID-19 symptoms.
Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board is working with GP practices across North Wales who are setting up Local Assessment Centres to help manage the treatment of patients with COVID-19 symptoms in the community.
Venue Cymru in Llandudno will become the first location of a temporary hospital in North Wales.