Oxfordshire's Primary Care Networks
Primary Care Networks (PCN) are groups of GP working together with a range of local providers to offer more personalised and coordinated health and social care to their local populations. Networks are typically local communities serving populations of 30,000 – 50,000. In Oxfordshire 19 PCNs have now been formally agreed covering the whole Oxfordshire population.
For information on Primary Care Networks from NHS England, please click here.
Please click here to go to the Kings Fund website which will give you an easy to read 'Primary Care Networks (PCNs) explained'.
A list of the networks, including details of the Clinical Directors, can be found below.
National Voices, commissioned by NHSE has produces two introductory resources for an and all voluntary and community sector groups, for further information please click here.
Two of Oxfordshire Patient Participant Groups have put together patient information on the Primary Care Networks: