A new project is looking to tackle the impact of fatigue experienced by people living with cancer.
The Health Board will use three mass vaccination centres this week so that care home staff from across North Wales can get the vaccine.
The NHS Charity for North Wales, Awyr Las, has launched a real and digital lighting display, ‘Light Up Christmas’ to mark the end of this very different year, and 7 year old Amy Ishmael was selected to have the honour of switching on the lights in recognition of her support for the NHS this year.
A keen cyclist and hiker who became unable to walk due to a debilitating illness is back on his feet following vascular surgery at Glan Clwyd Hospital.
Christmas this year will be very different for many of us. Consultant Psychiatrist Dr Alys Cole-King has shared her top tips on how to look after your mental health and wellbeing over the festive season
A new project will help improve treatment times and reduce pressures on GPs and Emergency Care services this winter.
Refurbishment work on the CT scanning suite at Glan Clwyd Hospital has brought improved facilities and first-of-its-kind in Wales technology.
More than 200 high-risk and Emergency Department staff from Glan Clwyd Hospital are receiving their COVID-19 vaccinations
Care home staff from across North Wales started to receive their COVID-19 vaccinations at Llandudno’s Rainbow Hospital today.
New technology is allowing hospital staff to monitor some cancer patients who are on chemotherapy at home through a wearable smart watch.
Members of the management team overseeing Ysbyty Enfys Deeside have shared their early experiences of running the temporary hospital.
A senior nurse who leads Abergele’s District Nurses has landed a top UK-wide health award.
The Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) has granted the Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine temporary authorisation for use.
A new therapies suite at Ruthin Hospital will help people in the surrounding area access care closer to home.
Welsh Comedian Rhod Gilbert is urging care home staff to get their flu jab after seeing the devastating impact the virus can have.
A Criccieth man, who is recovering from bladder cancer, has donated over £5,500 Ysbyty Gwynedd’s to Ysbyty Gwynedd's Urology team to thank them for their care.
A self-employed roller shutter fitter who feared he wouldn’t be able to work again after badly injuring his hand, has praised the team at Ysbyty Gwynedd for the excellent care he was given.
We are pleased to share the news that this afternoon, Health Minister Vaughan Gething announced that the Health Board would be de-escalated from Special Measures with immediate effect.
The contribution of nursing support staff has been celebrated at Llandundo Hospital.
A North Wales Dental Training Unit will be established as part of wide ranging plans to improve access to dentistry services across the region.