Guidance for visitors has been produced to advise them on how to access COVID-19 testing and urgent health services while on holiday.
The main entrance of Glangwili Hospital will be closed for five weeks as part of ongoing work to improve maternity facilities.
Maria Battle, Chair is reflecting on the last year as we reach the anniversary of the first UK stay-at-home instruction in response to the COVID-19 pandemic
A multi-million pound Llanelli project has been approved by the UK Government and Welsh Government.
Those with a vaccine appointment scheduled are assured this will go ahead and should attend as planned.
Reaching out to all patients whose operations have been delayed due to the Covid-19 pandemic as we seek to restart as much planned surgery as possible.
A new creche is now open at Glangwili General Hospital with a discount available to NHS staff.
The hard work, dedication and professionalism of clinicians and non-clinicians alike has been invaluable the fight against COVID-19.
Hywel Dda University Health Board has announced it will support the principles of the Nursing Times COVID-19: Are You OK? campaign
With the on-going restrictions we have had to make the decision that we will not be able to hold the annual ‘Loved and Lost Baby Service’ on 3rd April 2021.
Unpaid carers who are not already registered as a carer with their GP are being asked to complete an online form to receive a COVID-19 vaccination.
From 11/03/21 people in Aberystwyth with COVID-19 symptoms can access testing (with a booked appointment) at Canolfan Rheidol.
An additional mass vaccination centre will open at the United Counties Showground in Carmarthen to support the delivery of the COVID-19 vaccination programme.