Welcome to Deal and Sandwich PCN

Dover District Wellbeing Roadshow

Wellbeing Roadshow events will be taking place across the Dover district to promote the importance of positive mental health and what you can do to improve your own mental health. 
There will be advice on the risks of social isolation and how important human interaction is within local communities as well as information on staying covid safe whilst integrating back into society.

Join us to find out more and enjoy the day with:

  • FETE STALLS
  • MUSIC
  • LIVE ENTERTAINMENT
  • QUIZZES
  • ACTIVITES
  • SPORT CLUBS
  • FREEBIES
  • DEMENTIA FRIENDLY SESSIONS

Wednesday 6th October 1pm-4pm
Wingham Recreational Ground, Wingham

Wednesday 13th October 1pm-4pm
Walmer Green, Deal

Wednesday 20th October 1pm-4pm
River Recreational Ground, Dover

Deal & Sandwich Primary Care Network (PCN) is made up of five practices in Deal and Sandwich in East Kent. We have come together because we share a common aim to improve the service we provide to our patients and wish to work more closely together to achieve this aim.

Deal & Sandwich PCN is committed to delivering care and support through new and innovative ways which enable our patients to live healthy and fulfilling lives.

The following practices form Deal & Sandwich PCN:

Balmoral Surgery – Deal www.balmoralsurgery.com

Manor Road Surgery – Deal www.doctors-surgery-deal-kent.co.uk

Sandwich Medical Practice – Sandwich www.sandwichmedicalpractice.co.uk

St Richard’s Road Surgery – Deal www.strichardsroadsurgery.nhs.uk

The Cedars Surgery – Deal www.cedarssurgery.co.uk/

Your GP Practice Team

https://www.kentandmedwayccg.nhs.uk/about-us/who-we-are/primary-care-networks/your-gp-practice-team

What is a Primary Care Network (PCN)?

A PCN consists of groups of general practices working together and in partnership with community, mental health, social care, pharmacy, hospital and voluntary services in the local area, to offer more personalised, coordinated health and social care to the people living in their area.

PCN’s were established in 2019. There are 42 PCNs in Kent and Medway and the majority of networks serve between 30,000 to 50,000 patients. There are 17 PCNs in East Kent made up of 66 GP practices.