A health board will take over a doctor's office after the GP announced she would be leaving at the end of March.
In response to worries that patients would have to travel to Fishguard or Haverfordwest for care, the Hywel Dda health board has agreed to take over the Solva practice for a year starting on April 1.
It will be the sixth practice that the authority will oversee directly.
Now, a working group will be formed to find a long-term fix.
For the village's aging population, residents have called for a health and social care hub at the doctor's office.
Ifor Thomas, the chairman of the community council, welcomed the decision but expressed concern that they were "not out of the woods yet.".
To ensure we achieve a primary care model that prioritizes integrated care and preventative medicine, he said, "We will continue to work with the same vigor.".
We are prepared to collaborate closely with the health board, as we have done over the past three months, to find the best solution for our communities, according to Sue Denman, chairwoman of the working group on the future of the surgery. ".
The MP for Preseli Pembrokeshire, Paul Davies, previously stated that a long-term solution was "absolutely imperative.".
We want the operation to continue in Solva, he said.