What is a Primary Care Network?
A primary care network is a group of practices who work together to focus on local patient care. They’ve been around since 2019 and 99 per cent of practices across England now work as part of one.
With increased demand and a shortage of clinical staff, practices find they can provide greater, more personalised care for patients when they can work together on certain services or issues.
How we make decisions
- Strategic team: this board provides strategic decision making and evaluation and reasoning.
- Operational and members meeting.
- Clinical Directors networking across the Leeds system and representing the PCN in citywide forums retain an overview on population health and quality improvement projects.
Working with Partners
Working with our members practices and seeking engagement. Integration with health, social care and third sector organisations
Understanding patients’ needs
Consistently using data to make decisions and decide areas of interest. Advocating for our different populations in various forums. Seeking to improve access and support enablement.
Improving quality in terms of safety and efficiency
Leading on peer review and quality outcomes.
Developing our workforce
Taking advantage of additional roles. Development of workforce to improve retention and aide recruitment.
Meet Our Team
Our Leadership Team
Dr Nadia Anderson
(North Leeds Medical Practice)
Dr Amal Paul
(Roundhay Road surgery)
(Ashton View Medical Centre)
Ashton View Medical Centre
York Street Health Practice (Bevan)