All about: Primary Care Networks (PCNs)

Primary care networks (PCNs) are groups of GP practices working closely together with other primary and community care staff and health and care organisations to provide integrated services to their local populations.

These networks have been established to help deliver the NHS Long Term Plan.

Primary care networks were launched across the country on 1 July 2019.

There are five PCNs in Kingston. As a patient, you will remain registered at your local practice, be able to see a GP as before, use the same telephone number and access the same health and care services.

  1. Canbury Churchill Orchard Berrylands Primary Care Network
    Clinical Director: Dr Maggie Walker
    Population: 41,93
    (Canbury Medical Centre, Churchill Medical Centre, The Orchard Practice, Berrylands Surgery)
  2. Chessington and Surbiton Network
    Clinical Director: Dr Phil Moore
    Population: 33,255
    (Red Lion Road Surgery, Hook Surgery, Chessington Park Surgery, Sunray Surgery, Claremont Medical Centre)
  3. New Malden and Worcester Park Primary Care Network
    Clinical Director: Dr Nick Merrifield
    Population: 60,510
    (Roselawn Surgery, Manor Drive Medical Centre, Holmwood Corner Surgery, West Barnes Surgery, The Village Surgery, Groves Medical Centre)
  4. Surbiton Health Centre Network
    Clinical Director: Dr Phil Moore
    Population: 31,605 
    (Brunswick SurgeryCentral Surgery, Langley Medical Practice
  5. Kingston Primary Care Network
    Clinical Director: Dr Richard van Mellaerts (co-Director)
    Dr Richard Hughes (co-Director)
    Population: 44,148
    (Fairhill Medical Practice, Kingston Health Centre, St Alban’s Medical Centre)

More information 

NHS Kingston CCG

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