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Primary Care Networks (PCNs) are a made-in-Alberta approach to improving access to and better coordinating care for patients across the province.

In a PCN, a group of family doctors and Alberta Health Services coordinate health services for patients. A PCN is not necessarily a bricks and mortar building – it is a network of doctors and other health providers working together to coordinate and provide primary health care to patients.

A PCN can be comprised of one clinic with many physicians and support staff, or several doctors in several clinics in a geographical area. Each network has the flexibility to develop programs and to provide services in a way that works locally to meet the specific needs of patients and the communities within the PCN area.

Our Patients Tell Us…

Gail told us about her story: “In December 2016 I left my doctor’s office with a prescription for diabetes, and an appointment to meet with Colleen [PCN Registered Nurse]. After my first meeting with Colleen, I left her office with a glimmer of hope that there was lots that we could change with diet/exercise.  I never filled that prescription. After 3 months of sessions with Colleen and [changing my diet] I was so excited to hear the good news.  My blood sugar level had dropped from 8 to 6.3. Wow!...the services provided by the Primary Care Network and the pleasure of meeting with Colleen have been fabulous.  We can all be proud of our success.”

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