The latest advice for all areas of all of our hospitals.
This week we celebrate the schemes we have in CTM that offer opportunities to the young people in our communities.
During Disability Awareness Week we would like to share with you Rhys’ journey as an Engage to Change Project SEARCH intern at Cwm Taf Morgannwg UHB.
Twenty-one year old Demi Evans has been involved with the kick-start programme since January 2022 and works as an administrative clerk for the wellbeing service within the workforce and organisational development department.
A specialist health visitor who has developed bespoke health education and support to help parents care for their children has been shortlisted for a prestigious UK award.
This week we are celebrating the varied contributions of the Dietetic Workforce here at Cwm Taf Morgannwg.
We are delighted today to be officially launching CRADLE within Cwm Taf Morgannwg University Health Board.
The Older Person Nursing and Clinical team will temporarily transfer with the 19 beds and patients from Seren Ward, Mental Health Unit, Royal Glamorgan Hospital to the former Dinas Ward in Ysbyty George Thomas (YGT).
A painting by artist Michael Dyer was presented to staff at Princess of Wales Hospital today, on behalf of Bridgend Disabled Veterans Random Act of Kindness Association.
The Trauma and Orthopaedics team at Princess of Wales Hospital is the first in Wales to go live with a new app, which will help patients to play an active role in managing their care
Advice for patients and visitors when in our healthcare settings.
Patients will be able to have a maximum of two visitors per day in all of our hospitals (as of Thursday, June 2).
Please find Pharmacy opening times for the Bank Holiday and Jubilee Weekend
EMERGENCY workers in Wales are reminding the public to treat them with respect in the face of a continued rise in assaults.
Cwm Taf Morgannwg University Health Board (CTMUHB) were delighted to welcome the first cohort of overseas nurses to their induction to CTM today (May 26).
The endoscopy team at Royal Glamorgan Hospital is taking part in a pilot project aimed at transforming the way that endoscopies are performed, to reduce waiting times and to increase patient comfort.
The Minor Injuries Unit at Ysbyty Cwm Cynon has now re-opened.
A prehab course being run at Princess of Wales Hospital in Bridgend is getting patients fit and healthy before receiving their surgery.
We are continuing to experience exceptional demand across the whole Health Board, particularly in our emergency departments (EDs).
From tomorrow (May 24th), we are reverting to our pre-COVID visiting times in our Maternity Services units.