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From 1 July 2019, all GP practices - including ours - will start to work together in ‘Primary Care Networks’ (PCNs), to share their expertise and resources over wider geographical area.

The NHS’s Long Term Plan, published in January 2019, aims to integrate a lot of services which have traditionally worked separately - like mental health services, physiotherapy and social care. By working together in a PCN, practices like ours can offer you a wider range of services than we can on our own, and give you much faster and more efficient access to the right care and support.

Each PCN will develop teams of healthcare professionals, including GPs, pharmacists, district nurses, community paramedics, physiotherapists and other health workers, to provide tailored care for patients in their community. A ‘Social Prescriber’ will be appointed in each PCN to help direct people to a whole range of nonmedical services, like social clubs, community support groups and exercise activities, that will help them take greater control of their own health and stay well.

Within the South Eastern Hampshire CCG area, PCNs will deliver personal care valued by patients and GPs, and allow better collaboration between us and other practices. Locally, our PCN details are as follows: 

South Eastern Hampshire CCG

Primary Care Networks


Clinical Lead

Managing Lead

East Hants PCN

Badgerswood Surgery

Pinehill Surgery

Swan Medical Group

The Grange Surgery

Liphook and Liss Surgery

Riverside Partnership

Clanfield Practice

Rowlands Castle Surgery

Horndean Surgery

Dr Richard Kershaw

Dr Richard Kershaw

Havant & Waterlooville PCN

Bosmere Medical Practice

Park Lane Surgery

Staunton Surgery

Denmead Practice

Oaks Healthcare

Village Surgery

Dr Anthony Renton

Dr Jake Oates

Dr Ben Bracegirdle

Susie Myhill

Hayling Island & Emsworth PCN

Emsworth Surgery

The Elms Practice

Waterside Medical Practice

Dr Hannah Morgan

Dr Hannah Morgan

Strawberry Health PCN

Homewell Practice

Vine Medical Group

Dr Dominic Davis

Dr Duncan Pickup

Jo Lush

Elaine Korab

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