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.
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.
Staff at Mold Hospital gathered for a tea party to say goodbye to Matron Julie Mackreth and wish her well for her retirement.
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.
A Bangor University student nurse has received a top national award for her work with people with learning disabilities.
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 Rhosgadfan mum has praised a volunteer scheme for providing her with invaluable experience to prepare for a career in midwifery.