Two nurses who care for Ysbyty Gwynedd’s most critically ill patients are set to feature in a new documentary.
A father who donated his kidney to save his young daughter’s life is urging all families to talk about organ donation.
A senior North Wales nurse is urging people at risk of breathing difficulties to take care and stay well over the coming months. Dr Angela Roberts, Lead Nurse Primary Care (Central), urged people living with respiratory conditions like COPD or asthma to follow medical advice to reduce the risk of being unwell over the winter.
Heart specialists are inviting North Wales schoolchildren to take part in a potentially lifesaving treasure hunt. Arrhythmia nurse Julie Starling and North Wales Community Public Access Defibrillator support officer Tomos Hughes want super-spotters to let them know if they see a public access defibrillator without a distinctive green tick sticker on.
To mark Cervical Cancer Prevention Week, Consultant Gynaecological Oncologist Richard Peevor is urging women to make sure they are up to date with their smear tests.
A Flintshire couple have thanked NHS staff after they lost almost 10 stone between them with the help of the Wrexham & Flintshire Cardiac Service.
Nurses at Ysbyty Gwynedd are the stars of a new television documentary following their lives on the wards.
People are being asked not to visit hospitals and other healthcare facilities across North Wales if they have experienced any of the symptoms of norovirus recently.
A choir which uses the power of song to raise awareness and money for mental health related projects is looking for new recruits.
Teresa Owen, Director of Public Health at Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board has shared her ten top tips to beat the January blues
A Holywell youngster celebrated his birthday in style by becoming the first child to sound a new end of treatment bell at Glan Clwyd Hospital’s children’s unit. Four-year-old Edward Kelly marked the end of his care at the hospital by ringing the new bell for paediatric patients completing their oncology treatment.
More than £4,000 has been raised at a recent charity event at Clays Golf Club in Wrexham to go towards buying a new cryotherapy machine for Wrexham Maelor Hospital.
A member of Ysbyty Gwynedd’s Theatre team is helping children and young people understand what to expect when they call 999 and how to use the emergency service responsibly.
A nurse at Ysbyty Gwynedd who has been described as a ‘role model to all’ has received a special award.
Ysbyty Gwynedd’s Emergency Department has officially been opened by the Minister for Health & Social Services, Vaughan Gething.
A Prestatyn man has become an invaluable part of Glan Clwyd Hospital’s services team after accessing support through a return to work programme. Nick Selway, who lost his right arm in a workplace accident 16-years-ago, is back in work after going through Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board’s Step Into Work programme.
More than 1,000 people have been admitted into hospital with hip fractures across North Wales within the last year.
A leading Consultant Psychiatrist is calling on people across North Wales to take simple steps to look after their mental health over the Christmas period.
A five-year-old girl from Prestatyn, who had a double amputation after her first birthday, is set to benefit from new funding for sports prosthetics.
Over 5000 patients across North Wales have benefitted from an innovative collaboration between Betsi Cadwaladr Health Board and the Welsh Ambulance Service (WAST).