Staff at a North Wales based mental health helpline are reminding people that it’s OK not to be OK, as the region faces a resurgence in COVID-19 cases.
A porter at Glan Clwyd Hospital who spent five days on a ventilator after contracting COVID-19 has returned to work.
People in North Wales who are experiencing mental health difficulties are being encouraged to access a range of free online therapy courses, which are available without a referral from their GP.
A diabetes nurse is campaigning for raised awareness and safe management of hypoglycaemia in adults with diabetes, as part of a national awareness-raising drive.
Hundreds of nutritious meals have been dished up as the Health Board rolls out its healthy eating initiative to support communities during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Dermatology team at Ysbyty Gwynedd, who have transformed their service over the last two years, are in the running for a prestigious national award.
A Critical Care nurse who sadly lost her grandmother to COVID-19 is urging others to follow the guidelines to prevent the spread of the virus.
People seeking treatment at Minor Injuries Units in Llandudno, Denbigh and Holywell are now being asked to telephone the unit before attending.
A Llŷn woman has praised staff at Ysbyty Gwynedd for transforming her life and helping her get back on her feet.
Welsh actor Michael Sheen appeals to the people of North Wales to get their flu vaccination early this year.
The Chronic Pain Team at Wrexham Maelor Hospital are the first in Wales to provide a fully interactive virtual pain management programme for their patients.
A senior nurse who leads Abergele’s District Nurses has been shortlisted for a UK-wide award. Team Leader Amanda Hughes is in the running to win the Nurse Manager of the Year award at the Nursing Times Workforce awards.
A new video consultation service, Attend Anywhere is being used to help North Wales patients attend appointments without leaving their homes
Clear face masks are being trialled across the Health Board to support better care for people with certain conditions such as hearing loss and dementia.
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.