Primary Care Networks

Primary care services are the cornerstone of the NHS and the first port of call for most people who seek health advice or treatment. Services include GPs, community pharmacies, dental care and eye health services.

What is a Primary Care Network?
A Primary Care Network (PCN) comprises of GP practices working together with community, mental health, social care, pharmacy, hospital and voluntary services in their local areas.

The PCNs in Hampshire and the Isle of Wight which build on existing primary care services and enable greater provision of proactive, personalised, co-ordinated and more integrated health and social care for local people close to home.

PCNs are led by Clinical Directors who may be a GP, general practice nurse, clinical pharmacist or other clinical profession working in general practice.
Southampton Primary Care Networks

PCN name

Practices

West PCN

Lordshill Health Centre

Victor Street Surgery

Shirley Avenue and Cheviot Road Practice

Shirley Health Partnership

Aldermoor Surgery

Atherley House Surgery

Raymond Road

Hill Lane Surgery

Brook House Surgery

North PCN


Burgess Road Surgery

University Health Service Southampton

Stoneham Lane Surgery

Highfield Health 

 Central


St Mary’s Surgery

Alma Road Surgery

Mulberry Surgery

Walnut Tree Surgery

Homeless Healthcare

Solent GP Surgery

Bitterne PCN


West End Road Surgery

The Peartree Practice

Woolston and Townhill PCN


Woolston Lodge Surgery

The Old Fire Station Surgery

Townhill Surgery

St Peter’s Surgery

Living Well PCN


Living Well Partnership

St Lukes and Botley