A permanent medical center to treat intoxicated revelers in Swansea is saving the NHS and Welsh Ambulance Service thousands of pounds a night.
The facility, located just off Wind Street, has treated 230 people since it opened in September.
It's aim is to cut down on the amount of admissions to A&E at Morriston Hospital as well as ease the work load of paramedics in the city on busy student nights and weekends.
It's manned by volunteers from the St John Ambulance and costs £600 a night to run; a single admission to A&E costs £800 before any treatment is given.
South Wales Police figures show the center avoided 16 unnecessary ambulance journeys on its first night while 185 call outs have been prevented in total.