Our services

We provide a wide range of services for our patients at our PCN practices.

You can find out more by clicking on the links.

Physician Associate

As a Physician Associate with the PCN my day-to-day role usually involves seeing minor/acute illnesses which are allocated from the list of patients requesting same day appointments. I undertake face-to-face ... [continue] Physician Associate

Clinical Pharmacist

Our pharmacists are an integral part of our healthcare team, dedicated to providing you with comprehensive medication management and support. Their role involves: Medication Review: Conducting thorough reviews of your medications ... [continue] Clinical Pharmacist

Care coordinators

Our care coordinators support patients in preparing for or following up conversations with clinicians about their treatment. They work with particular groups of patients in our surgeries. Working with the ... [continue] Care coordinators

First contact physiotherapists

Our first contact physiotherapists help patients with musculoskeletal problems (joints, bones and muscles). They are the first point of contact at the surgery for assessing, diagnosing, and treating patients with ... [continue] First contact physiotherapists

Social prescribing link workers

Our social prescribing link workers help patients to get the right support. Many different patients will be referred to social prescribing link workers. They include people with long-term conditions, low ... [continue] Social prescribing link workers

Carer cafes

Bar Hill Carers Cafe Meetings are on the second Monday of every month between 10am-11.30am, with support from a Social Prescribing Link Worker and the Hub team. For anyone caring for ... [continue] Carer cafes

Community Matron

Community Matrons are senior nurses with enhanced skills, that include independent prescribing, physical assessment and advanced care planning to facilitate and promote independence for patients in the community through proactive ... [continue] Community Matron

Date published: 28th August, 2014
Date last updated: 3rd December, 2021