A Primary Care Network (PCN) is a clinical network of providers in a geographic area where patients receive expanded, culturally safe, comprehensive care and improved access to primary care. Requiring a strong foundation of Patient Medical Homes (PMHs), PCNs are designed to wrap services around patients and create a new system for introducing more integrated, team-based care into primary care in the community.
Watch the video below to find out more about PCNs in Vancouver.
Community Network Managers (CNMs) are engaging key stakeholders to build Vancouver’s PCNs.
tel: 604-569-2010 ext. 131
PCN 1 – City Centre
Downtown, West End, and Fairview
tel: 604-569-2010 ext. 132
PCN 2 – Centre North
Northeast False Creek, Downtown Eastside and Grandview Woodland
PCN 3 – Northeast
Hastings Sunrise, Renfrew Collingwood and Cedar Cottage
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PCN 4 – Westside
Shaughnessy, Arbutus Ridge, Kerrisdale, West Point Grey, Dunbar, UBC and Kitsilano
tel: 604-569-2010 ext. 130
PCN 5 – Midtown
South Cambie, Riley Park, Mount Pleasant and Kensington
tel: 604-569-2010 ext. 121
PCN 6 – South
Oakridge, Marpole, Sunset, Victoria-Fraserview and Killarney
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Why is work happening around primary care change? Why is team-based care important? How does this work include or relate to me?
Membership with the Vancouver Divisions of Family Practice provides numerous benefits to support your participation in Primary Care Networks. Visit our membership page to find out more.
We encourage all members to get involved in your local Primary Care Network. Contact us to learn about engagement opportunities in your PCN.
"This work offers an exciting opportunity to support local networks of primary care providers 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."