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Primary Care Networks (PCN) Knares Medical Practice is working together with practices in West Basildon PCN to improve patients quality of care.

Primary care networks were introduced in January 2019, which gave the opportunity for GP practices to join networks each with between 30,000 and 50,000 patients.

The Knares Medical Practice is in West Basildon PCN (WBPCN) made up of five practices in Basildon with a population of approximately 50,000 patients.

ln order to support Practices, Additional Roles Reimbursement Scheme (ARRS) was established, to provide a multi-disciplinary teams to provide more integrated health and social care services locally. The patients are able to benefit from the following roles of healthcare providers-

Clinical Pharmacist, Pharmacy Technician, Social Prescribing Link Worker, Health and Wellbeing Coach, Care Coordinator, Physician Associate, First Contact Physiotherapist, Dietician, Podiatrist, Occupational Therapist, Trainee Nursing Associate, Paramedics, Advanced Practitioner and Advanced Mental Health Practitioner.

With these additional workforce, The Knares Medical Practice will be able to book patients onto those additional roles, to enable the GPs and and Nurses to devote more time to other quality of services framework.

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Our Clinical Pharmacist provide medical management and advice covering most of clinical areas as follows: You may still be referred to the GPs depending on complexities of  the case-

Acne, Spots and Pimples

Allergic Reaction

Ankle or Foot Pain or Swelling

Arm Pain or Swelling

Athlete’s Foot

Bites or Stings, Insect or Spider

Blisters

Cold or Flu

Constipation

Cough

Diarrhoea

Earache, Ear Discharge or Ear Wax

Eye, Red or Irritable

Eye, Sticky or Watery

Hair Loss

Headache

Hip, Thigh or Buttock Pain Pain or Swelling

Knee or Lower Leg Pain or Swelling

Lower Back Pain

Lower Limb Pain or Swelling

Mouth Ulcers

Rectal Pain, Swelling, Lump or Itch

Shoulder Pain

Skin, Rash

Sleep Difficulties

Sore Throat and Hoarse Voice

Tiredness (Fatigue)

Toe Pain or Swelling

Vaginal Discharge

Vaginal Itch or Soreness

Vomiting

Wound Problems- management of dressings

Wrist Hand or Finger Pain or Swelling

 
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