A Wrexham Radiographer, who works at HMP Berwyn, has been named ‘Radiographer of the Year’ for Wales.
A Wrexham doctor who learnt to speak Welsh to communicate with his patients hopes to inspire others to learn the language.
Pregnant women can access free healthy eating advice as part of a new NHS initiative
A unique service which helps people in North Wales live well with dementia has been shortlisted for a top national award.
People living in Wrexham and Flintshire will be able to get a whole host of advice next week to help them stay well this winter.
Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board is backing a campaign that urges people to get moving and improve their health.
A Wrexham consultant has been rated as one of North Wales’ top surgeons by satisfied patients.
A grandfather-of-two from Llandudno, who was treated for breast cancer, is urging other men to check themselves for symptoms.
Protecting yourself, your family and friends from the flu is simple and can save lives.
Primary school children and their parents, grandparents or carers have teamed up in the kitchen in a healthy eating pilot scheme.
An inspirational Robin volunteer at Ysbyty Gwynedd has been named a health board star.
People living with dementia and their carers have joined health experts in praising the ‘first class’ memory support provided across North West Wales.
Young patients visiting Ysbyty Gwynedd’s Children’s Ward will now benefit from a new sensory room thanks to a generous donation from local charity Gafael Llaw.
A new system designed to speed up diagnosis for people with suspected cancer has been introduced in North Wales.
A team of Healthcare Support Workers (HCSW) at Ysbyty Alltwen are in the running to receive a top health award.
New equipment is helping district nursing staff identify sepsis
An ‘outstanding’ Housekeeper from Ysbyty Gwynedd has been recognised with a special award.
Vibrant images of familiar North Wales landscapes have now brightened up the walls of Ysbyty Gwynedd’s Emergency Department thanks to a local artist.
Free training is being offered to people across North Wales to help them better support those struggling with mental health difficulties.