Wisbech Primary Care Network

Improving the health and well-being of patients in the Wisbech area 

What is a Primary Care Network?

Primary Care Networks, or PCNs for short, are a key part of the NHS long term plan which involves local practices collaborating together to improve the physical health, mental health and well-being of it's patients. These local networks will provide the structure and funding to create local initiatives and services based on it's patients health needs which have been established through rigorous research. Networks will comprise of a variety of qualified staff including GPs, clinical pharmacists, district nurses, social prescribers, dementia workers and volunteers.

Your Primary Care Network

The Wisbech PCN covers the patients within the Wisbech area and the surrounding villages. If you are registered with one of the following practices then you are a patient of the network:


Clarkson Surgery -  01945 583133

North Brink Practice - 01945 660460

Parson Drove Surgery - 01945 700223

Trinity Surgery - 01945 476999


Our Aim

Our aim is simple: to improve the health and well-being of patients within the network. To achieve this we will work together and share resources in order to fulfill the health needs for our patients. 


Additional work will be done to ensure that suitable services have been created and that new, more effective models of providing care are integrated across the network. 

Our Vision Statement

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Collaboration

 The PCN is made up of its member practices; all practices will work collaboratively and have a clear idea of what to expect from the PCN and what the responsibilities of each practice are to ensure the best health care for our registered patients with the resources available. 

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Respecting Diversity

 As more funding becomes available for Primary Care through PCNs it is inevitable that the different practices will need to adopt joint collaborative working in many areas. The different practices will have a different culture, ethos and long standing different ways of providing care to their patients; these will be respected allowing patients a choice of practice to register with. 

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Innovation

 The PCN will continuously strive to explore new ways of working, to provide excellent, efficient and timely care to its registered patients with the resources available. 

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Learning and Sharing

 The PCN will learn from its constituent practices and other organisations to provide excellent care to it's registered patients. In addition it will share any new models of care developed with other PCNs and Primary Care organisations. 

Primary Care Network Information

Our Services

Our Patient Demographic and Statistics

Our Patient Demographic and Statistics

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The Wisbech Primary Care Network currently provides many services that can assist with your physical health, mental health and emotional wellbeing. For more information please click on the button below.

Our Patient Demographic and Statistics

Our Patient Demographic and Statistics

Our Patient Demographic and Statistics

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Currently Wisbech has a wide patient demographic, with people of varying ages, races and nationalities. For more information and breakdown of the local demographic and statistics please click on the button below. 

Our Projects

Our Patient Demographic and Statistics

Our Projects

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We are currently working on a number of ongoing projects as a way to innovate the care that we provide across the network. For more information please click on the button below.