Public Health Wales (PHW) has today announced that there has been a data breach involving the personally identifiable data of Welsh residents who have tested positive for COVID-19.
Staff at Ysbyty Gwynedd’s Intensive Care Unit can now visit a special quiet room to take a moment to themselves thanks to generous donations from the community.
A Flintshire mum who feared she would end up dead because of an addiction to painkillers has hailed the impact of a ‘life changing’ new treatment.
An innovative drive through sleep apnoea clinic has been introduced to ensure patients still have access to diagnostic tests and CPAP treatment during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The North Wales Test, Trace, Protect service would like to thank all those cases and contacts of Coronavirus (COVID-19) who are staying at home and following the Welsh Governments self-isolation advice. It is by staying at home, that you can help stop the virus spreading.
GPs across North Wales are accessing additional expert medical advice and avoiding unnecessary visits to hospital thanks to a new app.
A team of critical care nurses from Wrexham Maelor Hospital are providing extra support for patients leaving hospital after recovering from COVID-19.
Construction work has resumed on a £1.3m redevelopment of a substance misuse and mental health support hub in Holyhead, after delays caused by the COVID-19 pandemic
During the COVID-19 pandemic we have continued to provide urgent care and treatments for our patients, although many of our more routine appointments and treatments have been postponed.
A new Surgical Same Day Emergency Care (SDEC) Unit at Ysbyty Gwynedd will ensure patients receive the care they need in the right place at the right time.
Plans for a new inpatient mental health unit in Denbighshire have gone on display to the public.
Jo Whitehead has been appointed as the new Chief Executive of Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board.
A mother of one who received treatment for breast cancer during the COVID-19 pandemic is urging others not to delay treatment during this uncertain time.
New technology capable of detecting lung cancer in its early stages is now available for patients across North Wales.
From tomorrow (Monday, 3 August), all visitors and patients coming into our hospitals across North Wales are strongly encouraged to wear face coverings or masks.
Just two new cases of Coronavirus have been identified so far at easy-access community testing centres in Wrexham, suggesting that transmission of the virus in the community is lower than previously thought.
The mother of a 13-year-old boy who almost drowned at sea has thanked the emergency services for saving her sons life.
The Audiology team have received high praise after coming to the aid of a 98-year-old woman who was struggling with hearing loss during the pandemic.
A switchboard operator at Ysbyty Gwynedd is taking on a skydive in memory of his partner who sadly passed away.
Welsh Government have updated their guidance to NHS Wales regarding visitors coming onto our sites including those accompanying patients to appointments such as scans.