A pioneering service run by volunteers to treat people with leg problems in their own community has been awarded a Big Lottery grant.
Care home staff improved their knowledge and confidence in managing people living with diabetes in a project run in Rhondda Cynon Taf and Merthyr Tydfil.
Patients with back, leg and hip pain are being helped to better health with quick access to expert physiotherapists.
Patients in the Rhondda are benefitting from regular medication reviews, longer appointments and specialist knowledge, thanks to the success of a pharmacist role aimed at easing pressure on GPs.
Homeless people sleeping rough in Pontypridd received a hot meal, clothes and winter supplies in an initiative organised by the Taff Ely Primary Care Cluster.