A psychologist is now offering extra support for patients who are coming to terms with their critical illness experience thanks to charitable donations.
We are extending our contract to provide the park and ride service at Glan Clwyd Hospital for a further four months. Having reached an agreement with Arriva on Friday, the park and ride will now run until October 31, 2019.
A new Health Visitor funded by the North Wales NHS charity Awyr Las/Blue Sky is now providing support to homeless families in Flintshire.
Staff at Glan Clwyd Hospital’s neonatal unit have won an international competition encoraging parents to have skin-to-skin contact with their babies.
Specialist teams of Occupational Therapists are helping Glan Clwyd patients get ready for returning home following a pilot study which reduced length of stays by almost 50 per cent.
A doctor at Ysbyty Gwynedd has raised almost £4,000 after taking on a triple challenge to raise funds that will benefit cancer patients.
A team of doctors and nurses have been recognised for their dedication to organ donation and transplantation across North Wales with a special award.
A new approach to avoiding preventable blood clots for patients at Glan Clwyd Hospital has been recognised with a respected national accreditation.
Health professionals at Ysbyty Gwynedd are the first in the UK to take part in a new course designed to improve their resuscitation skills.
A Tywyn nurse is raising awareness of the importance of looking after your legs within her community.
A new drop in service is helping to ensure that the carers of people with serious mental health problems receive the emotional and practical support they need.
A Llanddeiniolen man who received life-saving treatment on Ysbyty Gwynedd’s Intensive Care Unit (ICU) has thanked staff for the ‘incredible’ care.
A physiotherapist who worked in the community in Wrexham and Flintshire for over 20 years has been awarded a British Empire Medal in the Queen’s Birthday Honours List.
The Paediatric diabetes team at Ysbyty Gwynedd are providing extra support for children to help them manage their condition.
NHS staff across North Wales are invited to the third annual Betsi Games on Saturday, 13 July.
Health Minister, Vaughan Gething, has welcomed progress in delivering the £100m fund to transform the way health and social care is delivered, as he announced the latest allocation ahead of the first anniversary of A Healthier Wales.
An NHS team which helps new and expectant mums overcome mental health problems are set to scale Snowdon as part of charity challenge and awareness raising drive.
A new suite to support families dealing with stillbirth and infant loss has opened at Glan Clwyd Hospital thanks to the generosity of a group of local families.
A Wrexham hospital team who support people in the later stages of dementia have been given a top health award.
An Anglesey mum has spoken about the heartbreak of losing a child to suicide and the need to improve the support available to the families left behind.