The South Cynon Primary Care Cluster is one of 64 cluster networks in Wales determined by an individual NHS Wales Local Health Board (LHB). The Welsh Government vision, Setting the Direction, said the networks would work collaboratively and with other partners to meet local patient need.
The South Cynon valley is a ribbon of old communities, villages and towns in a particularly socio-economically deprived part of the South Wales Valleys.
We have five GP surgeries in the cluster covering a population of approximately 30,000 patients and have been working together closely as a cluster over recent years alongside our partners from the community pharmacists, optometrists, dentists, district nurses, the third sector and the local authority to support the health of our population.
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