Primary care networks (PCNs) are the new way for local health services to work together to treat populations.

A primary care network consists of groups of general practices working together with a range of local providers, including across primary care, community services, social care and the voluntary sector, to offer more personalised, coordinated health and social care to their local populations.

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Newham Primary Care Networks

There are nine PCNs in Newham providing patient services. They are made up of groups of GP practices and led by a Clinical Director. Each PCN is 30-70,000 patients in size.
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Health Inequalities

Primary Care Networks (PCNs) working with partners, are committed to reducing health inequalities. They are supporting London Borough of Newham’s aspiration to be a Centre of Excellence Addressing Health Inequalities.
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Additional Roles

PCNS receive additional support and funding from NHSE to enable them to employ new additional roles to further support patients