Phone kiosks across North Wales are being renovated as lifesaving hubs to house public access defibrillators (PADs) by charity ‘Keep the Beats’ in partnership with local communities and supporters.
A nurse from Wrexham Maelor Hospital has been appointed as the first specialist nurse in Wales for the charity Crohns and Colitis UK (CCUK).
An Operating Department Practitioner (ODP) at Ysbyty Gwynedd is marking 50 years in the NHS this month.
Patients with pacemakers and implanted cardiac devices are benefitting from a drive-through service during the COVID pandemic.
The Anaesthetic department at Ysbyty Gwynedd in Bangor has been recognised for providing the highest quality of care to their patients.
Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board (BCUHB) is taking part in two virtual Q&As on COVID-19 vaccinations, where people’s questions will be answered by medical experts.
An online support service has been launched to help reduce the loneliness and isolation experienced by people with mental health problems and their carers across North Wales.
A consultant from Wrexham Maelor Hospital has landed two Trainer of the Year Awards from the UK-wide Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RCOG) and from Trainees in Wales Obstetrics and Gynaecology Society.
Staff at Ysbyty Gwynedd are taking part in a national trial that aims to find out whether healthcare workers who have previously contracted COVID-19 are protected from future episodes of infection.
Patients at Llanfairfechan’s Ty Llywelyn Medium Secure Unit are putting their best feet forward to support the local community during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Public Health Dietitian Andrea Basu is urging pregnant women and those trying for a baby to ensure they are getting enough folic acid, following concerns the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted the ability for families to access vitamins.
A state-of-the-art inpatient mental health unit could be built at a new location on the Glan Clwyd Hospital campus, after planning permission for a preferred site was refused.
As the Easter weekend approaches local authority leaders and healthcare staff are urging the public to continue to adhere to current restrictions to prevent further spread of COVID-19.
People experiencing the longer-term effects of COVID-19 are being encouraged to download an app to track their symptoms and receive extra support.
A North Wales nurse has won an academic award for her work in assessing how service improvements can have a positive impact on patient care. Diabetes Specialist Nurse Carolyn Thelwell is the 2020 winner of Swansea University's Frederick Banting Award.
Wrexham businesses and have donated gift packages to mental health staff based at Wrexham Maelor Hospital.
Because we are confident that we can accommodate demand at our existing sites, the inpatient beds at Ysbyty Enfys Deeside will close this Friday 26 March.
All Holy Island residents and workers are being urged to take a free Covid-19 test as we respond to the growing number of cases locally.
People across North Wales are being encouraged to improve their health and wellbeing and quit smoking.
Nurses who moved from the Philippines to help care for patients in North Wales mark the 20th anniversary this March.