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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…

Here is Susan's Story - "The tools shown to me by the programs offered have helped me move forward in a positive way. Social work gets you through the red tape and the awesome support they provide. I have also needed help with Mental Health. Truly grateful for these programs. I don't know where I would be now. I do wish for people to get the help they need and not feel bad for asking. (Nothing wrong with reaching out). My Story started in 2017, My doctor was a connecting factor to get me the overall help, mentally and physically. I call this team work. Caring and using all tools to help the client. Thank you to my Team - Dr. Somerville, Tracy (Social Worker), Lisa (Mental Health) and many numerous specialists." 

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