Glan Clwyd’s haematology and research teams have been awarded second place for their involvement in trials and studies around Acute Myeloid Leukaemia (AML) at a prestigious national awards ceremony
A protected surgical hub at Abergele Hospital is now supporting the effort to reduce waiting times for patients waiting for hip and knee replacements.
A set of dedicated volunteer bikers, delivering donated breast milk for preterm babies, are lifesavers according to a senior nurse.
Two of Blood Bikes Wales’ big-hearted volunteers attended Glan Clwyd Hospital’s neonatal unit to show off their bikes and talk about the work they do.
Eight interns have started their new roles with Flintshire County Council and Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board this month to develop their skills and experience.
A teenager who missed his school prom after being hospitalised due to a football injury has thanked one member of staff at Ysbyty Gwynedd who went the extra mile for him.
A new free digital app to help create more dementia-friendly environments and support patients is now live after being developed and tested in North Wales.
A teenager has thanked practice staff in Blaenau Ffestiniog for saving her life after she became critically ill with undiagnosed type 1 diabetes.
Bowel cancer patients from across North Wales can now benefit from faster recovery following surgery thanks to the introduction of state-of-the-art robotic technology.
An advanced nurse practitioner (ANP), described as “inspiring” by colleagues, has won a coveted national scholarship award after furthering research at her medical centre.
A nurse who cares for adults with learning disabilities has praised the team at Ysbyty Gwynedd after receiving life-changing hip replacement surgery that allowed him to go home on the same day.
Nine-year-old Niamh and her family have thanked Wrexham Maelor Hospital staff in person for saving Niamh’s life after she became so unwell that her heart stopped, and she needed emergency surgery.
An exemplar multi-disciplinary team of medical staff has been nominated for two awards which recognise their commitment to reducing the biggest cause of preventable hospital deaths.
The dedicated members of staff will help to reduce smoking on hospital grounds by talking to people who smoke and reminding them about our smoke-free rules.
In a heart-warming display of achievement and determination, the recent Project SEARCH interns stood proudly alongside their families in a ceremonial event at Coleg Llandrillo.
A grandmother’s family thought she was going to die when her weight dropped by almost 25% in just two months.
However, her GP referred her to Glan Clwyd Hospital’s Rapid Diagnosis Clinic. It discovered she had kidney cancer and then set out her treatment programme within nine days.
For the first time in North Wales Urology and Operating Theatre teams have performed a ‘hot’ emergency operation for kidney stones using cutting edge laser surgery.
Macmillan Cancer Support has invested over £400,000 into six new specialist skin cancer roles in North Wales to help meet a rising demand for care and treatment.
Ysbyty Gwynedd has scooped a national award for its commitment to patients living with incurable blood cancer.
Stunning LED sky ceiling panels have gone up in wards and departments across Wrexham Maelor Hospital to help improve experience for patients.