What is a PCN?
Kineton & Tysoe Surgery, St Wulfstan Surgery, Southam Surgery, Harbury Surgery, Fenny Compton Surgery
The Warwickshire East Primary Care Network has been established to improve patient care by providing new services and staff, and also to build greater resilience amongst our local GP surgeries. Our allied surgeries include Southam Surgery, Harbury Surgery, St Wulfstan Surgery and Kineton & Tysoe Surgery.
We have many new members of staff joining our ranks as we work on building a Health & Wellbeing service that seeks to provide new methods of improving patient care, and offering greater support to those who need it most. We are also supported by a team of pharmacists who are working hard to make sure local prescribing of medications is both as safe and effective as possible.
We hope we can continue to build a service that will benefit many.
What is a PCN?
A primary care network is a collaboration between general practices to offer more personalised, coordinated health and social care to our local practice populations. Our Network covers just over 30,000 patients small enough to maintain the traditional strengths of general practice but at the same time large enough to provide resilience and support the development of integrated team’s local populations.
We want to support patients to make informed decisions about their health care and to connect them to most appropriate health or social care provider to ensure health care that is timely safe and all encompassing. Visit https://www.england.nhs.uk/primary-care/primary-care-networks/ for more information.
Teams currently employed by the PCN
Please see individual tabs for the services they offer.