An eager team of runners from the Paediatric and Emergency departments are set to run Swansea 10k to raise money for new equipment. The team, which consists of staff groups from consultants to health care support workers, are joining forces to raise money to buy technology which will support their simulation training. Paediatric consultant, Huma … Continue reading Staff join forces to run Swansea 10k for the Health Charity
When Paul and Lindsay Crutchley were starting this year’s Swansea Half Marathon they had more on their minds than just crossing the finishing line. The couple from Bryncoch in Neath were also raising money for the children’s outpatients department at Neath Port Talbot Hospital. They signed up for the 13.1-mile run after being inspired by … Continue reading Grateful parents raise funds for hospital
Swansea Bay Health Charity, has launched a ‘Design A Mascot’ Competition for children aged 6-15 across the local area. The winners of each age category will receive an arts pack for the school, and the competition winner will get a chance for the mascot to visit their school in the New Year once their mascot … Continue reading Take part in a ‘Design A Mascot’ Competition – Deadline Extended
(Left to right – Adriana Morgan, Julia Warwick – Breast Reconstruction specialist nurse, Mr Hiew – Consultant, Victoria Davies – Matron, Adriana Linciano – patient) Local business owner, Adriana Morgan, organised a Fun Day at her car business, The Tuning Company on Fabian Way, to raise funds for the Breast Reconstruction Unit at Morriston hospital. … Continue reading Fun Day raises funds for the Breast Reconstruction Unit.
Morriston League of Friends have provided valuable heart equipment by holding a charity golf event. Chairman for the League of friends John A Hughes and treasurer Sian Harris Williams (pictured) led the event which raised £2000 for the health board charity. The money raised purchased two portable cardiac monitors. Ward sister, Gwennan Hall (also pictured) … Continue reading Golf event provides valuable equipment
The “Coffin Dodgers Club” are a group of former cardiac patients who have all undergone treatment at Morriston hospital. Following their treatment, they have started a more active lifestyle and meet at the Swansea University Gym to exercise together. They have also been fundraising for the past few years, and are pictured above with their … Continue reading Coffin Dodgers Club provide another valuable donation