Primary Care Networks

Primary Care Networks (PCNs) work closely with your General Practice (GP) to help better coordinate your care. They bring together teams of health professionals like doctors, nurses, pharmacists, along with many more to serve patients in a community.

These networks can cover 30,000-50,000 patients in a local area. They aim to understand the needs of patients in a neighbourhood.

Primary Care Networks allow your health providers to collaborate and tailor care just for your community. You’ll get personal care from those who know you best, along with extra services that a single doctor’s office may not be able to provide alone. In Sutton we offer a wide range of services including Mental Health Practitioners, Health & Wellbeing Coaches amongst many more! To learn more about what services we provide, you can click here.

Being part of a team lets health professionals share information and resources to give you better care. And having pharmacists, nurses, therapists and others work with your doctor means more specialized help when you need it.

The goal is to make it easier for you to get the care and support you need, when and where you need it.

In Sutton, we have four Primary Care Networks, but these networks work together as a team, meaning we can offer a wider range of services and improved access to healthcare by pooling resources. You can find out more about how we are doing things differently in Sutton by clicking here.

To find out which Primary Care Network your Practice falls under, head over to Our Member GP Practices page by clicking here.


NHS – Primary Care Networks Explained

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