An exceptional nurse leader has won a top award in memory of a late colleague.
Jill Timmins was named the winner of the Jilly Wilcox-Jones award at a glittering gala evening at Venue Cymru to mark the Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board Achievement Award 2019.
A Wrexham based health visitor who goes above and beyond the call of duty to support asylum seekers and Syrian refugees has won a top award.
A team of nurses who help bereaved relatives come to terms with the loss of a loved one have won a top health award.
A Wrexham based healthcare team have scooped a top national award for their work to bring laughter and joy to people most seriously affected by mental health problems.
Over £1,500 has been raised through fundraising efforts to purchase equipment for a surgical ward at Ysbyty Gwynedd.
Wrexham Maelor Hospital’s Young Adult Diabetes team has been recognised for the outstanding care they provide their patients at a recent national award ceremony.
A nurse who went above and beyond to support a terminally ill patient and her family has been crowned this year’s Seren Betsi Gold winner.
A series of events are being arranged across North Wales in support of vulnerable adults and children.
Staff from the Artificial Limb and Appliance Centre in Wrexham have teamed up the family of a former colleague to complete a charity cycle ride, raising thousands of pounds in her memory.
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Staff on a surgical ward at Ysbyty Gwynedd have thanked the local community for their support after raising over £8,000 to purchase hospital equipment.
A community-based cardiac imaging specialist has received a Lifetime Achievement Award from the British Society of Echocardiography.
A dad-of-three who suffered a cardiac arrest is urging people to learn CPR after his life was saved by the skills and quick-thinking of those who came to his aid.
A doctor from Ysbyty Gwynedd has been recognised with an MBE for his voluntary and community work which has changed the lives of hundreds of people.
Patients and service users visiting Wrexham Maelor Hospital now have a new point of contact with the introduction of the Patients Advice & Liaison Support (PALS) service.
A pilot scheme to help patients get fit for major surgery in order to reduce the risk of complications following their operations has been introduced at Wrexham Maelor Hospital.
Ysbyty Gwynedd has been recognised for providing outstanding care by the relatives and loved ones of patients living with dementia.
A farmer who was diagnosed with bowel cancer is urging others not to ignore a simple test which can help save lives.
Neurosciences at Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board have been awarded a Certificate of Partnership by the Motor Neurone Disease Association.
A Wrexham Radiographer, who works at HMP Berwyn, has been named ‘Radiographer of the Year’ for Wales.