NAPC: Primary care provider network

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The National Association of Primary Care (NAPC) is the NHS Confederation's primary care provider network. 

NAPC represents and supports the interests of all primary care professionals including general practitioners, nurses, practice staff, pharmacists, opticians and dentists.  NAPC can ensure the primary care voice is fully represented on issues affecting the whole NHS.

Bridging the gap between primary and secondary care

Greater coordination and integration of primary and secondary care is key to meeting the changing needs of patients and improving how and where we deliver care to local populations. 
 
Working together with the NAPC, we can help to further bridge the gap between these two parts of the service – supporting new ways of working and developing whole-system solutions to ensure a high quality, innovative and sustainable NHS for the future.


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