Primary Care Networks across Frimley Health and Care have been established today, 1st July 2019.
Getting help from local services is more important than ever. Primary Care Networks will support groups of practices to come together locally, in partnership with community services, social care and other providers of health and care services.
There are 14 Primary Care Networks across the Frimley Health and Care. North East Hampshire and Farnham Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) area is made up of five networks. There is one in the Surrey Heath CCG locality and eight in East Berkshire CCG.
These networks will offer care on a scale which is small enough for patients to get the continuous and personalised care they value, but large enough – in their partnership with others in the local health and care system – to be resilient.
In their first year, Primary Care Networks will focus on establishing their foundations, including developing a wider set of roles to support care needs and closer working with other local partners.
To view all of the networks across Frimley Health and Care in more detail including names, sizes and practices download our Primary Care Network map opposite.
For more information regarding Primary Care Networks, please see the NHS England site here.