What are Primary Care Networks?
Primary Care Networks are groups of neighbouring GP practices working together to provide primary and community services to a wider population than a single practice in order to improve outcomes for their local patients.
What size is a Primary Care Network?
Typically, a Primary Care Network will be formed of natural communities based on GP registered lists up to a population size of between 30,000 and 50,000. They are small enough to deliver personalised care while large enough to have a wider impact between practices, community services and social care.
What are the expected benefits of Primary Care Networks?
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