A Criccieth man, who is recovering from bladder cancer, has donated over £5,500 Ysbyty Gwynedd’s to Ysbyty Gwynedd's Urology team to thank them for their care.
A self-employed roller shutter fitter who feared he wouldn’t be able to work again after badly injuring his hand, has praised the team at Ysbyty Gwynedd for the excellent care he was given.
We are pleased to share the news that this afternoon, Health Minister Vaughan Gething announced that the Health Board would be de-escalated from Special Measures with immediate effect.
The contribution of nursing support staff has been celebrated at Llandundo Hospital.
A North Wales Dental Training Unit will be established as part of wide ranging plans to improve access to dentistry services across the region.
#TeamIrfon, part of the North Wales NHS Charity, Awyr Las, are proud to announce the creation of a brand new post - a mental health worker for Alaw Ward.
A volunteer who has given a quarter century of service to a North Wales based mental health helpline has been recognised with a special award.
A modern new Critical Care Unit is now available for the most poorliest patients at Wrexham Maelor Hospital.
Deeside Rainbow Hospital, that was built to boost capacity during the COVID-19 pandemic, has received its first patients.
A revolutionary form of surgery, which uses a state-of-the-art robot to remove tumours, will soon be available for urological cancer patients in North Wales.
An ‘outstanding nurse and human being’ has been presented with a surprise award for his commitment to deliver the very best care to adults with learning disabilities.
A team of healthcare support workers are in the running to receive a top health award.
An expert in caring for poorly and premature newborn babies has starred as a special guest co-host of a national podcast, sharing insight and information about her work at Glan Clwyd Hospital and on the North Wales Neonatal transport service
A project helping children learn about antimicrobial resistance and how germs work has been shortlisted for a national award
An ‘amazing nurse and role model’ has been given a special award for her tireless work to improve the specialist care provided to people with learning disabilities.
A Glan Clwyd Hospital renal nurse has won a national award celebrating outstanding achievement in renal nursing care.
A Healthcare support worker at Holywell Community Hospital is using her experience of caring for a family member to help patients stay hydrated.
Due to increasing pressure in our hospitals and a rise in the number of cases of COVID-19 in our communities across North Wales, particularly in the Central and East areas, we are putting plans in place to use some additional capacity at our Rainbow Hospital in Deeside.
A Wrexham Maelor Hospital based psychologist has scooped a number of top national awards for her work to improve the care and support offered to people living with diabetes.
Work is progressing well to create a new integrated Dementia and Adult Mental Health Centre at Ysbyty Bryn Beryl.