A team of Audiology Hearing Aid Support Volunteers have received an award for giving their time to help patients across North Wales.
A dedicated Glan Clwyd nurse whose innovative approach to involving families in the care of their poorly or newborn babies has won a healthcare award.
A group of people in North Wales were provided with a unique opportunity to take part in a study to discover whether it can improve their quality of life following cancer treatment.
An antimicrobial pharmacist in North Wales has teamed up with healthy school leads in Conwy and Denbighshire to deliver teaching sessions to primary school teachers to help ensure antibiotics continue to work for generations to come.
A GP has praised a specialist musculoskeletal service at Ysbyty Gwynedd and hopes to develop a similar model in primary care clinics in Singapore.
A committed senior leader has won a Health Board award for their efforts to support Primary Care services in Wrexham and Flintshire.
An inspirational Speech and Language Therapist who goes above and beyond in her role has received a special award.
A pharmacist from Wrexham Maelor Hospital, who is described by her colleagues as a ‘born teacher’, has received a special award.
Generous donations and fundraising work have improved facilities for patients who use the IV therapy suite at Llandudno Hospital.
Llandudno residents are being offered a behind-the-scenes look at a day in the life of the NHS in North Wales.
A Wrexham Orthopaedic Surgeon has been praised by his patients for helping them back on their feet and improving their quality of life.
A Glan Clwyd Hospital medical secretary has been recognised for her efforts to support Welsh speaking patients.
A supply chain partner has been appointed for the new North Denbighshire Community Hospital project in Rhyl.
A team of Healthcare Support Workers (HCSW) at Ysbyty Alltwen have been recognised with a special award.
Patients and service users visiting Ysbyty Gwynedd now have a new point of contact with the introduction of the Patients Advice & Liaison Support (PALS) service.
An exceptional nurse leader has won a top award in memory of a late colleague.
Jill Timmins was named the winner of the Jilly Wilcox-Jones award at a glittering gala evening at Venue Cymru to mark the Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board Achievement Award 2019.
A Wrexham based health visitor who goes above and beyond the call of duty to support asylum seekers and Syrian refugees has won a top award.
A team of nurses who help bereaved relatives come to terms with the loss of a loved one have won a top health award.
A Wrexham based healthcare team have scooped a top national award for their work to bring laughter and joy to people most seriously affected by mental health problems.
Over £1,500 has been raised through fundraising efforts to purchase equipment for a surgical ward at Ysbyty Gwynedd.