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.