Health Board News

Llandudno's Venue Cymru to be first location for temporary hospital in North Wales

Venue Cymru in Llandudno will become the first location of a temporary hospital in North Wales.

IPads donated to Glan Clwyd Hospital Intensive Care Unit to help patients keep in touch with families

Glan Clwyd Hospital’s Intensive Care Unit (ICU) has received a donation of iPads to help patients stay connected with their families.

Work underway to increase healthcare capacity across North Wales

Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board is progressing plans to increase capacity to care for patients with COVID-19.

Doctors and elderly patients stay connected through telephone consultations

Older people under social isolation due to the outbreak of COVID-19 are now receiving telephone consultations to maintain contact with their doctors.

Visiting suspended at all North Wales hospitals

Visiting at all North Wales hospitals has been suspended to help prevent the spread of COVID-19.

Skype helping patients and families stay in touch on Wrexham hospital ward

Kind-hearted staff on a ward in Wrexham Maelor Hospital have set up virtual visiting through Skype to ensure their patients stay connected with their families.

Inspirational' nurse recognised with a Seren Betsi Star award

A Critical Care nurse from Wrexham Maelor Hospital who has been described by her colleagues as an ‘inspiration’ has received a special award.

Testing units established to diagnose Novel Coronavirus in North Wales NHS staff

New drive through testing units have been established at three locations across North Wales to support the response to tackling Novel Coronavirus (COVID 19).

At this stage, the testing units will only be providing priority testing for identified NHS workers involved in the response to the COVID-19 outbreak.

Non-urgent outpatient appointments and operations postponed as part of plan to manage Covid-19 outbreak

Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board has taken the difficult decision to begin to postpone non-urgent operations, procedures, and outpatient appointments, to focus resources on caring for an expected increase in Covid-19 patients who need hospital care.

Healthier, happier lives project takes centre stage at Flintshire primary school

Raising awareness of healthier, happier lives has been firmly placed on a Flintshire school’s curriculum thanks to a project led by Wrexham Maelor Hospital’s Fall Prevention team.

Bangor woman who escaped a life of drug addiction and violence pays tribute to life changing therapy programme

A Bangor woman who escaped a life of drug addiction and violence, thanks to a life changing therapy programme, says she wants to give hope to others that recovery is possible.

Plans to extend Glan Clwyd Hospital's Park and Ride service for further 12 months

Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board is extending the Park and Ride service operating at Glan Clwyd Hospital for an additional 12 months , while plans for long-term improvements to parking provision at the hospital take shape.


Community Testing Units set up to help support Novel Coronavirus diagnosis

Three Community Testing Units (CTUs) have been set up in North Wales to support the response to tackling Novel Coronavirus (COVID 19). The drive-through units will help Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board meet demand for testing over the coming weeks.

Glan Clwyd switchboard operator who helped caller in hour of need presented with health award

A quick-thinking switchboard operator who helped a caller access care and support in their hour of need has been commended with a special health board award.