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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…

A family physician in Sundre referred a patient with a new cancer diagnosis to Bev, our PCN Social Worker.  Bev encouraged the individual to join the Cancer Support Group in Sundre, which she co-facilitates.  That person told us that “our fearless leader Bev, is an excellent listener and makes new suggestions as to where and how to find more help…I wish more people would try this as it is informative and fun.  The group is very open minded and seriously interested in you and your problems during recovery”.

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