A 13-year-old girl who had a life-saving liver transplant is campaigning to get people talking about organ donation.
A Wrexham Maelor Robin who spends 400 hours a year volunteering at the hospital has been recognised with a North Wales health award.
A Conwy based transgender activist has been shortlisted for a top national award for his work to empower the LGBT+ community in Wales.
A new emergency care unit at Glan Clwyd Hospital has treated more than 500 people in its first month since opening.
A health and wellbeing service improving the lives of the residents at Her Majesty’s Prison Berwyn is in the running for a prestigious award.
Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board will be taking over the running of Longford Surgery in Holyhead from September 2019.
A nurse at Ysbyty Gwynedd’s Emergency Department has been praised by her colleagues after treating over 30,000 patients.
A team of healthcare assistants and district nurses have been recognised for their commitment to learning new nutrition skills to benefit their patients who leave hospital.
The Reading Agency celebrated its Reading Well Books on Prescription for mental health scheme at the National Eisteddfod 2019 in Llanrwst today (Friday 9th August) in partnership with Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board.
Welsh learners at Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board are celebrating after receiving top marks for their language skills.
Two keen runners at Ysbyty Gwynedd have raised over £4000 towards their ward through completing one of Europe’s toughest endurance challenges.
A pilot initiative to provide free fruit to children when they arrive in the children’s outpatients department has been launched in Wrexham Maelor Hospital.
A dental health champion at a Llangollen residential home is putting a smile on the face of residents thanks to help from the Health Board’s Community Dental Service team.
An Occupational Therapist who goes the extra mile for palliative care patients has won a North Wales NHS award.
The beginning of August marks the start of World Breastfeeding Week and two mums are spreading the word of just how important it can be, for both mother and baby.
The new hospital, which will be built next to the existing Royal Alexandra Hospital, will include modern, fit for purpose facilities for new and existing services at the site.
Ysbyty Alltwen’s Minor Injury Unit will remain open 24 hours a day to ensure the community can access non-urgent care until March 2020.
People who struggle to hold down a job because of mental health problems are being encouraged to take advantage of a new support service, which is the first of its kind in Wales.
Doctors in training have ranked Ysbyty Gwynedd’s Emergency Department as one of the best places to train in the UK.
A pioneering partnership to give families in north Wales choice of where their seriously ill child dies has been launched by Ty Gobaith Children’s Hospice and Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board.