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PCNs were set up by NHS England to encourage greater collaborative working across practices and enable a greater array of health and social care staff to enter primary care.
Sarum Cathedral Primary Care Network (PCN) is a collaborative project between Salisbury Medical Practice and Harcourt Medical Centre. If you are a patient at one of these practices then you are also part of our PCN and will be able to benefit from services and projects offered now and in the future.
We have a dedicated team of GPs, Health Care Assistants, Pharmacists and administrative staff who work hard to ensure every care home registered with the PCN receives a weekly ward round, regular Structured Medication Reviews, new admission and hospital discharge reviews, as well as a Multi-disciplinary team discussion on a monthly basis.
Consists of three Pharmacists, a Pharmacy Technician, and apprentice, who work across the PCN ensuring appropriate medication is prescribed, answering medication queries and doing medication safety reviews/audits.
Currently has two team members who take referrals from the primary care team. They spend their time supporting patients and signposting to appropriate services.
This role provides a specialist Paramedic resource for Health Care Professionals and patients, working in collaboration with other members of the Primary Care Network.
Supporting patients with a new diagnosis of Cancer through expansion of our social prescriber team.
Providing new parents an opportunity for discussion with other new parents with guidance from our social prescriber team.
Condition specific peer-support groups in the form of Cafés. This was a regular feature at Fisherton House prior to the Covid-19 pandemic and is something we hope to re-establish in the future.
Development of a combined Home Visiting Team for patients with acute problems, through expansion of our Paramedic team.
Combined Flu vaccination clinics to give patients more choice as to where and when they have a flu vaccination.
Our network has a Board that meets fortnightly to discuss current and future projects for the PCN. In addition to this we have specific teams that work on different services within the network.
Dr Dan Henderson – PCN Clinical Director
Dr Benjamin Kay – PCN Board Member for Harcourt Medical Centre
Dr Rebecca Seabridge – PCN Board Member for Salisbury Medical Practice
Dr Clare Connolly is PCN Board Member for Salisbury Medical Practice
Dr Jacob Ressa – PCN Board Member for Harcourt Medical Centre
Marie Narang – Practice Manager for Salisbury Medical Practice
Debbie Petty – Practice Manager for Harcourt Medical Centre
Dr Harriet Upton – GP lead for Bemerton Lodge
Dr Jessica Doe- GP lead for Bourne House
Dr Julian Totman – GP lead for Braemar Lodge
Dr Fiona Tipler – GP lead for Salisbury Manor and Wilton Place Care Home
Dr Laura Buckley – GP lead for Holmwood and Inwood
Dr Alexander Corcoran – GP lead for Kimberley East and West
Dr Christina Powell– GP lead for Laverstock Care Centre
Dr Dan Henderson – GP Lead for Old Sarum Manor
Dr Kara Barnett is the CHFS Lead Clinician and the GP Lead for all Mental Health and Learning Disability Care Homes
Adela Selleck – CHFS Manager
India White – CHFS Administrator
Natalie Harvey is the CHFS Lead Pharmacist for Salisbury Medical Practice
Vimbanashe Sibanda is the CHFS Lead Pharmacist for Harcourt Medical Centre
Yumei Guan is the CHFS Trained Nurse Associate
Natalie Harvey – Prescribing Pharmacist for Salisbury Medical Practice
Maqsood Yasin – Pharmacist for Salisbury Medical Practice
Vimbanashe Sibanda – Pharmacist for Harcourt Medical Centre
Chelsea Sheppard – Apprentice Pharmacy Technician for Harcourt Medical Centre
Claire Cramer – Social Prescriber for Harcourt Medical Centre
Joanna Baldwin – Social Prescriber for Salisbury Medical Practice
Mark Ancill – Paramedic for Salisbury Medical Practice & Harcourt Medical Centre