High quality, innovative & sustainable care

Supporting our community to live healthier lives through excellent care.

Our Mission is to deliver high quality, innovative and sustainable care for our community.

Our Vision is to support our community to live healthier lives through excellent care.

What is a PCN?​​

All across the UK GP practices work together with community, mental health, social care, pharmacy, hospital and voluntary services in their local areas in groups of practices known as Primary Care Networks (PCNs).

The 4 Practices in Chester East Primary Care Network are:

– Boughton Health Centre
– Park Medical Centre
– Heath Lane Medical Centre
– Upton Village Surgery

Chester East PCN is a Limited Company Registration Number – 15403796.

How can we help you?

There are many additional ways that we support our patients, please hover over the boxes to find out further information.



A Wellbeing Coordinator can assist patients with a long term condition on a variety of different personal issues.
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Social Support

Social Prescribing Link Worker

A Social Prescribing Link Worker can support patients with long term conditions by improving their non-medical issues.
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Physiotherapists are there to help patients who suffer from issues with movement and function following injury, illness, or disability.
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Personalised Care

Care Coordinator

Care Coordinators will be the first point of contact for patients and service users providing an in-depth knowledge of practice and local community services.
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Mental Health Support

Mental Health Link Worker

Mental Health Link Workers are available to provide mental health advice, guidance and support.
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Medication Support

Clinical Pharmacist

Providing help and support with your medication needs. This can include medication reviews where they talk about the medicines you are taking and make sure they are working for you.
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Further Resources

Help, advice and support is also available from local support groups and nationwide organisations. Please click the button below to find further trusted resources and relevant information.