Primary Care Network

Supporting, connecting and empowering our members to maximise the impact they have on patient care and drive change.
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Primary care is the keystone of the NHS, providing high-quality responsive integrated care for patients in health and care systems.

Integral to the transformation and future of the NHS, our vision is for primary care to be valued, supported, well-resourced and empowered to drive innovation, improve population health and reduce health inequalities.

We have now launched our new enhanced network for primary care – the only network bringing together primary care with the rest of the healthcare system.

Primary care together

As a result, our primary care networks – the PCN Network and Primary Care Federation Network – have united, resulting in a new and powerful voice for the sector.

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The network aims to:

  • connect and support primary care leaders in their role to improve the health and wellbeing of communities, enabling people to have longer, more fulfilling lives

  • maximise the influence and impact of primary care at neighbourhood, place and system level playing an ever-increasing partnership role in the design and delivery of personalised, integrated care

  • drive the future direction of primary care through inspiring excellence, developing leaders and change-makers, and positively transforming care.

      • It is open to:

        • primary care networks (PCNs)
        • GP federations
        • any primary care provider.
      • Join a drop-in session

        We've no current dates for online drop-in sessions to learn more about membership. 

        If you would like more details on membership, please email us and we will be happy to give you further information.

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        Explore our different types of membership:


      Networks & countries

      We meet the specific needs of different parts of our membership across the UK and Europe through our various networks and support programmes.

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