Health and social care colleagues from across North Wales joined forces to share ideas and learning at a community care conference in Llandudno.
A psychologist from Wrexham Maelor Hospital has been selected as a Diabetes UK Clinical Champion, to help transform care for people living with diabetes in the area.
The fiancé of an Anglesey man who tragically died after suffering a brain haemorrhage has raised over £3,500 towards the Intensive Care Unit at Ysbyty Gwynedd.
A Llanfairfechan-based healthcare team have been shortlisted for a top national award for going “above and beyond” to enhance the quality of life for people with learning disabilities
Plans to introduce earlier support for people with mental health problems have been revealed by Betsi Cadwaladr Health Board.
Wrexham Maelor has become the first hospital in Wales to perform planned ‘same day discharge hip replacement surgery’.
A new ward which has improved the environment for patients and staff has officially opened at Ysbyty Bryn Beryl.
Wrexham Maelor Hospital has been gifted with a new bell to help patients signal the end of their treatment.
A Wrexham nurse who has been described as an inspirational leader by her colleagues, and a champion for stroke services has been recognised with a prestigious award.
A group of Project SEARCH interns became proud graduates this month, receiving their certificates at a ceremony in front of their families.
A Wrexham Maelor Hospital mental health team have been shortlisted for a prestigious national award.
Dietitians have teamed up with Conwy and Denbighshire food banks to help families prepare simple, tasty, healthy meals.
A new Same Day Emergency Care (SDEC) unit at Glan Clwyd Hospital will improve waiting times for people in need of urgent care.
A psychologist is now offering extra support for patients who are coming to terms with their critical illness experience thanks to charitable donations.
We are extending our contract to provide the park and ride service at Glan Clwyd Hospital for a further four months. Having reached an agreement with Arriva on Friday, the park and ride will now run until October 31, 2019.
A new Health Visitor funded by the North Wales NHS charity Awyr Las/Blue Sky is now providing support to homeless families in Flintshire.
Staff at Glan Clwyd Hospital’s neonatal unit have won an international competition encoraging parents to have skin-to-skin contact with their babies.
Specialist teams of Occupational Therapists are helping Glan Clwyd patients get ready for returning home following a pilot study which reduced length of stays by almost 50 per cent.
A doctor at Ysbyty Gwynedd has raised almost £4,000 after taking on a triple challenge to raise funds that will benefit cancer patients.