Cygnet Primary Care Network (BS 5)
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Cygnet PCN

Cygnet Primary Care Network (PCN) comprises five  GP practices located in the East Riding of Yorkshire. 

Bartholomew Medical Group, Gilberdyke Health Centre, Howden Medical Practice, Montague Medical Group, The Snaith & Rawcliffe Medical Group

Together, we form a  part of the NHS  Long Term Plan. Our network  covers over 50,000 patients

As a new and developing network of GP Practices, we work at scale to develop  local health services and aim to more effectively meet the needs of all our patients.  

Our team is comprised of many disciplines - including a wide range of highly-skilled local health professionals,  management experts & dedicated support staff.

Through experience, existing data, new research & talking with patients, we will  identify the current & future needs of our  population. 

We will work at scale and in partnership with acute & community trusts, mental health, social care & voluntary sectors.

Applying innovations, our plans will aim to deliver improvements in services - including faster diagnosis, better treatments - & improved prevention.  


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Structured proactive care for high-risk patients

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Detection of undiagnosed cardiovascular cases.

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Structured, multi-disciplinary & personalised support.

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Early-stage cancer diagnosis to improve survival rates.

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Agreed action to tackle health inequalities.

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Multi-agency support for patients over-18 years of age.

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Structured medication reviews to improve care

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