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Primary Care Networks

About Primary Care Networks (PCNs)

Primary Care Networks (PCNs) will bring together a range of local organisations and groups, including community services, social care and the voluntary sector to offer coordinated health and social care to their local populations.

A key focus of the PCNs will also be around helping residents to look after their own health. By intervening at an earlier stage and equipping them with the skills to manage their health, there will be less likelihood of them needing treatment.

The South Nottinghamshire ICP is made up of three localities. Within these localities, there are one or more Primary Care Networks, which, in some cases, are further broken down into administrative ‘neighbourhoods’.

Nottingham West PCN

Nottingham West PCN is made up of three neighbourhoods which are listed below.

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Clinical Director: Dr Nicole Atkinson, Eastwood Primary Care Centre

Rushcliffe PCN

Rushcliffe PCN is made up of three neighbourhoods which are listed below.

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Clinical Director: Dr Stephen Shortt, East Leake Medical Group


The clinical leadership team, which will support the neighbourhoods, is:

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Dr Richard Stratton, Belvoir Health Group
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Dr Lynn Ovenden, Castle Healthcare Practice
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Dr Gurvinder Sahota, Keyworth Medical Practice
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Dr Nigel Cartwright, Orchard Surgery
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Dr Matt Jelpke, St George's Medical Practice