Primary Care Networks

The NHS Long Term Plan and new GP contract set out requirements for GP practices to work together in Primary Care Networks (PCNs) covering registered populations of 30,000 to 50,000 patients.  PCNs will enable the greater provision of proactive, personalised, coordinated and more integrated health and social care.    The groupings of PCNs in Bromley have been agreed by practices and eight have been established.  Additional investment will be made to primary care to support this collaborative working and a new, more resilient model of general practice.  The new contracts formalising these arrangements went live on 1 July 2019.  The groupings and clinical leads for each of the Primary Care Networks are as follows:

Penge PCN

Clinical Director – Dr Alka Sharma

  • Anerley  Surgery
  • Oakfield Surgery
  • Park Practice    
  • Robin Hood Surgery
  • Trinity Medical Centre
  • Sundridge Medical Centre  

Highland Road SurgeryBeckenham PCN

Clinical Directors – Dr Peter Kerr and Dr Thuwaraga Logeswaran

  • St James Practice      
  • Eden Park Surgery
  • Elm House Surgery
  • Cator Medical Centre
  • Manor Road Surgery
  • Cornerways Surgery 

HayesWick PCN

Clinical Director – Dr Jonathan Anthonypillai

  • Forge Close Surgery
  • Pickhurst Surgery
  • Station Road Surgery
  • Wickham Park Surgery
  • Addington Road Surgery 

Mid Bromley PCN

Clinical Directors – Dr Emma Ryan, Dr Marc Kay and Dr Natasha Hoare

  • London Lane Surgery
  • Dysart Surgery
  • Southview Surgery 

MDC PCN

Clinical Directors – Dr Chris Fatoyinbo, Dr Michael Choong and Dr Viral Tanna

  • Chislehurst Medical Centre
  • Woodlands Surgery
  • Links Medical Centre 

Five Elms PCN

Clinical Director - Taraq Waheed

  • Bromley Common Practice
  • Southborough Lane Surgery
  • Summercroft Surgery
  • Stock Hill Surgery
  • Norheads Lane Surgery 

Crays PCN

Clinical Directors – Dr Bushra Yousuf and Dr Ella Winstanley

  • Poverest Surgery
  • Broomwood Surgery
  • St Mary Cray Surgery
  • Derry Downs Surgery
  • Gillmans Road Surgery
  • Crescent Surgery 

Orpington PCN

Clinical Director - Babu Kangesan

  • Tudor Way  Surgery 
  • Family Surgery
  • Whitehouse  Surgery
  • Tubbenden Lane Surgery (branch of Highland Road Surgery)
  • Ballater Surgery
  • Knoll Medical Practice
  • Bank House Surgery
  • Green St Green Surgery
  • Chelsfield Surgery
  • Charterhouse Surgery
  • Bromleag Care Practice

As part of a PCN, GPs will be able to recruit multi-disciplinary teams, including pharmacists, physiotherapists, paramedics, physician associates and social prescribing support workers, freeing up family doctors to focus on the sickest patients. In the first year of the PCN contract, the focus will be on optimising current services across the network, such as the provision of extended opening hours for local practices and the development of clinical pharmacists and social prescribing link workers. It is expected that the capability and capacity of PCNs will build over the next 5 years of the contract to deliver fully integrated community-based care that meets the needs of our local populations.

More information on the numbers of PCNs in south east London is available here.

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