Patients at Glan Clwyd, Holywell and Llandudno Hospitals who speak Welsh will benefit from the extension of an award-winning quality improvement scheme.
Two friends who work together on a surgical ward at Ysbyty Gwynedd are in training to take on one of Europe’s toughest endurance challenges.
A team of NHS learning disability staff are set to pound the streets and mountains of North Wales as part of a lung busting charity challenge.
NHS staff, volunteers and members of the public have struck a positive note with the launch of a new rock choir.
Staff at Mold Hospital gathered for a tea party to say goodbye to Matron Julie Mackreth and wish her well for her retirement.
A surgeon from Ysbyty Gwynedd will be recognised for embracing the Welsh language at this year’s Eisteddfod.
Nurses at Wrexham Maelor Hospital have launched a scheme to provide new parents with bags filled with useful items to make their hospital stay more comfortable.
Doctors at Ysbyty Gwynedd are testing a smart phone app as part of a clinical trial to help patients stay as safe as possible during their chemotherapy treatment.
A kind-hearted Cardiac Rehabilitation Nurse from Wrexham ran the London Marathon for the British Heart Foundation, raising just under £3k for the charity.
Bladder cancer patients are reaching out to support others affected by one of the UK’s most common cancers.
Meet the dedicated volunteers supporting a new service which helps people in crisis at North Wales’ Emergency Departments.
A revamped Midwifery Led Unit (MLU) at Glan Clwyd Hospital is offering improved birthing facilities for mums-to-be.
Nurses and Midwives across North Wales will have better access to training and development opportunities as part of a year-long pledge by Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board and Bangor University’s School of Health Sciences.
A volunteer-run community audiology service is celebrating 25 years of helping Conwy, Denbighshire and Flintshire residents hear clearly.
A Denbighshire mum has raised over £25,000 - with a little help from her friends – to say thank you for the ‘world class cancer treatment’ she received at Ysbyty Glan Clwyd.
A nurse who has gone the extra mile to support children with disabilities and complex needs has received a special award.
The newly redeveloped assessment unit in the Children’s Ward at Wrexham Maelor Hospital is now open with increased bed numbers and two new isolation cubicles.
A Bangor University student nurse has received a top national award for her work with people with learning disabilities.
A Rhosgadfan mum has praised a volunteer scheme for providing her with invaluable experience to prepare for a career in midwifery.