Community pharmacies in North Wales are embracing modern technology to enable people to collect prescriptions 24 hours a day.
International Women’s Day is a global celebration of the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women.
On Tuesday evening (March the 1st), Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board celebrated St David’s Day with a ceremony to celebrate and congratulate their hard-working staff who have learnt Welsh. The ceremony was held at the Uriel Hotel, St Asaph.
A dedicated nurse who was diagnosed with cancer, then fought for premium services for North Walians throughout her working life is literally off to pastures new.
Beryl Roberts, Betsi Cadwaladr’s head of nursing for cancer services, hangs up her fob watch at the end of March - after 37 years as a cancer nurse
Public Health Wales is seeking volunteers to take part in a study looking at the use of COVID-19 vaccine that targets the Omicron variant when given as a fourth dose.
A tiny camera, encapsulated in a pill, is now being used at Ysbyty Gwynedd to help diagnose abnormalities in the small bowel.
A Flintshire mum who attempted suicide after struggling with the trauma of sexual abuse has paid tribute to a ‘life-saving’ mental health support service.
Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board, in partnership with organisations and councils across North Wales, is holding a number of events and opportunities for young people to help write a Children’s Charter, and create a lasting difference in areas that matter to them.
A young man with autism has thrived since taking on a placement at Ysbyty Gwynedd that has helped boost his confidence.
A former health board employee who suffered years of debilitating pain has explained how a sharp-eyed Ysbyty Glan Clwyd doctor diagnosed a little-known brain condition.
Joanne Robertson, from Abergele, suffered for a decade with increasingly excruciating head pains, memory problems, blurred vision, bowel problems and balance issues before being diagnosed with Chiari malformation
With more than 300 people, including more than 40 children*, waiting for a heart transplant this Valentine’s Day, NHS Blood and Transplant is calling on families to have a heart-to-heart about organ donation.
Nurses from across North Wales’ acute and community hospitals are joining the new digital system Welsh Nursing Care Record (WNCR) that will help follow a patient through their healthcare journey.
A new book, co-edited by a doctor from Wrexham Maelor Hospital, has been published to help guide healthcare professionals on the use of ultrasound in the care of critically ill patients.
People across North Wales with symptoms of Long Covid are now able to access support through a new dedicated service.
Our Community Support Hubs have now issued more than 200,000 testing kits since being launched in the summer.
Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board is launching a Stroke Improvement Programme which includes opening three stroke rehabilitation centres and new prevention, diagnosis and monitoring services.
A Wrexham woman has praised her surgical team at Ysbyty Gwynedd after they successfully removed her cancerous kidney using keyhole surgery.
A young musician has urged immunosuppressed patients to accept a revolutionary medication -designed to treat vulnerable people with Covid-19 - if it’s offered.
Luca Bradley, from Llandyrnog, was born with Down’s Syndrome and learned he had contracted coronavirus on December 21 – the day he was booked in for his booster vaccination.
‘Is there a doctor on board’ heard Inshad Ibrahim, from Wrexham Maelor Hospital’s Emergency Department, before he found himself helping a woman, only seven-months pregnant, give birth on a plane thousands of feet in the sky.
A team of volunteers and healthcare assistants have assisted nearly 4,400 members of the public at Ysbyty Gwynedd during December.