PCN 1 – City Centre
Stretching from the Fairview health district to downtown Vancouver, City Centre is Vancouver’s largest Primary Care Network.
About PCN 1:
St. Paul’s Maternity Clinic
The St. Paul’s Maternity Clinic is a family-medicine run clinic for prenatal, intrapartum and postpartum care. They provide whole-person and family-centered care.
PCN 1 Supports
Primary Care Network supports include interdisciplinary providers that will support Team Based Care and access to quality, comprehensive primary care for patients. PCNs are built on a strong foundation of Patient Medical Homes (PMHs), family practices that operate at an ideal level to provide longitudinal person-centred care.
Access to PCN Supports is limited and based on the program’s capacity as well as a clinic’s eligibility requirements. If you are interested in finding out more about PCN 1 supports and eligibility, please contact your community network manager.
PCN 1 Steering Committee
The purpose of the PCN Steering Committee is to ensure that the local community has a voice in shaping primary health care in their community. The Committee supports the implementation of the approved Service Plan for their community. Our PCN Steering Committees include a patient partner advisory group that supports the inclusion of patient voices in PCN planning.
If you wish to get in touch with the steering committee, please contact your dedicated Community Network Manager (CNM) above.