About Us

Within Swansea Bay University Health Board there are eight Local Cluster Collaboratives (LCC.)

Our clusters are made up of groups of GP practices, dentists, community pharmacies, local opticians, community nurses, and allied health professionals.

They work together to pool resources and share best practice in a bid to help you remain fit and healthy, and to improve the way you are cared for if you do become unwell.

Wherever possible, the cluster will try to accomplish this in the heart of your community, sparing you the trouble of having to travel to hospitals or central clinics.

The Bay Health Cluster is made up of eight GP practices: Gower Medical Centre and Pennard Surgery, Grove Medical Centre and Marina Medical Centre, Kings Road Surgery, Mumbles Medical Practice and Murton Surgery, Sketty and Killay Surgery, Uplands Surgery and Queens Road Surgery, University Health Centre and St Thomas and West Cross Surgery.

It serves a population of around 75,221

The cluster is made up of 16 pharmacies, 14 dental practices, 4 opticians, 8 nursing homes, 24 schools and 5 libraries.

Swansea Bay Health Cluster aims to:

  • Prevent ill health enabling people to keep themselves well and independent for as long as possible.
  • Develop the range and quality of services that are provided in the community.
  • Ensure services provided by a wide range of health and social care professionals in the community are better co-ordinated to local needs.
  • Improve communication and information sharing between different health, social care and voluntary sector professionals, facilitating closer working between community based and hospital services, ensuring that patients receive a smooth and safe transition from hospital services to community based services.

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