This work offers an exciting opportunity to support local networks of family physicians to start working together to support each other personally and professionally, and to provide a strong foundation for Primary Care Networks as they are introduced across the city.
Dr. Fiona Duncan
PHYSICIAN LEAD, VANCOUVER DIVISION
Click here for the boundaries for each Community.
Community Network Managers (CNMs) are focused on building Vancouver’s six Primary Care Networks (PCNs), providing support and addressing the needs of each unique patient population. CNMs communicate network information and connect and facilitate relationships between community-based family physicians, their clinical teams, healthcare professionals and organizations that offer services to patients in each Community.
PCN 1 – City Centre
Downtown, West End, and Fairview
604-569-2010 ext. 131
PCN 2 – Centre North
Northeast False Creek, Downtown Eastside and Grandview Woodland
firstname.lastname@example.org | 604-569-2010 ext. 119
PCN 3 – Northeast
Hastings Sunrise, Renfrew Collingwood and Cedar Cottage
email@example.com | 604-569-2010 ext. 132
PCN 4 – Westside
Shaughnessy, Arbutus Ridge, Kerrisdale, West Point Grey, Dunbar, UBC and Kitsilano
firstname.lastname@example.org | 604-569-2010 ext. 133
PCN 5 – Midtown
South Cambie, Riley Park, Mount Pleasant and Kensington
email@example.com | 604-569-2010 ext. 118
PCN 6 – South
Oakridge, Marpole, Sunset, Victoria-Fraserview and Killarney
firstname.lastname@example.org | 604-569-2010 ext. 121
Click here for an overview of the Service Plan and our work to date.
Informed by the past 10 years, 2019/2020 has brought an overarching focus to our work in the development of Primary Care Networks (PCNs) and the redesign of healthcare service delivery to increase access to quality primary care for all patients. As a collaborative community effort, the development and implementation of our work is presented in Vancouver’s PCN Service Plan.
Click here for our Q&A
Why is work happening around primary care change? What is a PMH and PCN? Why is team-based care important? How does this work include or relate to me?
We are receiving many questions in regards to physician vaccinations and community roll-out, and are working to provide answers as soon as we know, please continue to reference our Member Q&A page.
This is a first step for members in the development of PMHs/PCNs. At present, the GPSC has allocated $6,000/ physician for this process.
We encourage all members to get involved in your local Primary Care Network. Contact us to learn about engagement and development within your Community.