The Welsh Government has made it a legal requirement for face coverings to be worn in all indoor public places. As such, Hywel Dda Health Board has introduced new measures in order to keep visitors, patients, and staff safe.
Public Health Wales regrets to announce that there has been a data breach involving the personally identifiable data of Welsh residents who have tested positive for COVID-19.
Protecting your health and the health of those around you is more important than ever and getting your flu vaccine is a key part of this.
Whilst there are some problems across the UK in the booking of local COVID-19 tests; Hywel Dda University Health Board is assuring people that local tests are being carried out in all three counties.
The charity Crimestoppers is today launching a fresh campaign across Carmarthenshire, Ceredigion, Pembrokeshire and Powys to highlight the issue of organised crime and is asking for your help by reporting any information about suspected criminal activity anonymously.
We’d like to express our heartfelt thanks and appreciation to members of the Royal Irish Regiment who have been pivotal in supporting our COVID-19 testing programme over the last few months.
Healthcare professionals are urging people to plan ahead before the bank holiday weekend and to use self-care and community based services wherever possible.
Aberystwyth testing facility is moving from its current temporary venue (Plascrug Leisure Centre) to Canolfan Rheidol as a drive-through facility (through a booked appointment).
Hywel Dda University Health Board is proud to be part of NHS Wales’s collaboration with Pride Cymru to mark NHS Wales Virtual Pride Week (24 – 30 August), celebrating diversity and inclusion in the NHS workforce and our communities.
A project to help unpaid carers to gain access to information and support has launched across Carmarthenshire, Ceredigion and Pembrokeshire.
We have introduced Digital Assessments; a new way to help patients keep us informed about their health in-between appointments.
Healthcare professionals across mid and west Wales have produced guidance for visitors to the region to advise them on how to access urgent health services while on holiday.
We are pleased to announce that we are now able to move to the next phase of updating our visiting policy. Whilst visiting is not returning to how it was prior to Covid-19 we are now able to implement some of the guidelines from Welsh Government.
Penweddig School is getting ready to safely re-open its doors to pupils in September 2020.
When your child is ill or injured, it is very difficult to decide if/when to call your child’s GP, NHS 111 or go to the Emergency Department.
Simple acts of kindness can make a big difference – that’s the message from a new campaign being launched in Hywel Dda today (Friday, 17th July).
Staff joined in one last country-wide clap of thanks on Sunday 5 July.
A local couple, have shared how testing helped allow them to get back to delivering frontline care to patients.
Over 2,000 people who receive care from Hywel Dda UHB’s respiratory service will receive a letter inviting them to start using Patients Know Best (PKB).