North Shore Division of Family Practice

Primary Care Network

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What is a PCN?

A Primary Care Network (PCN) is a clinical network of local primary care service providers located in a geographical area, with Patient Medical Homes (PMHs) as the foundation. A PCN is enabled by a partnership between Divisions of Family Practice and health authorities.

In a PCN, physicians (via patient medical homes), other primary care providers, allied health care providers, health authority service providers, and community organizations work together to provide all the primary care services a local population requires.

Click here for more information on North Shore Primary Care Networks.

 

Source: Primary Care Networks | GPSC (gpscbc.ca)

 


Member Resources

 

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Get Involved

Get information on the process behind creating Primary Care Networks on the North Shore and how you can join the initiative!

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Useful Links & Forms

A set of helpful links, documents, and forms.

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Weekly Updates - COMING SOON

Click here to see the past updates.

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Events - COMING SOON

See the current and past PCN events.

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Meet the PCN Team

Meet our team! Click to learn about who they are and how they support our PCN members.