There has been a lot of information and commentary about North and Mid Wales. How will the proposed service model impact South Wales? All counties of Wales will positively benefit from the proposed changes highlighted in the service analysis. We could see even more patients in South Wales, and get to incidents/emergencies even quicker on average than we currently do. County-level information for South Wales showing the percentage change in incidents attended (verses 2021 baseline), according to the service analysis modelling. Locality PC change Carmarthenshire +6% Neath Port Talbot +15% Pembrokeshire +14% Swansea +13% Blaenau Gwent +23% Bridgend +9% Caerphilly +11% Cardiff +17% Merthyr Tydfil +18% Monmouthshire +14% Newport +35% Rhondda Cynon Taf +16% The Vale of Glamorgan +17% Torfaen +16% County-level impact on average response time in South Wales over a 24-hour period (versus 2021 data). Locality Average reflex* time (mins) Change ) minutes Carmarthenshire -12 Cardiff -12 Pembrokeshire -10 Torfaen -13 Neath Port Talbot -10 Swansea -8 The Vale Of Glamorgan -9 Bridgend -9 Merthyr Tydfil -10 Blaenau Gwent -9 Newport -8 Rhondda Cynon Taf -9 Caerphilly -7 Monmouthshire -5 *Reflex time is allocation of a resource to arriving on scene.