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Southampton GP and PCN practice profiles

Primary Care Networks (PCNs) are groups of GP practices who work closely together, in order to provide integrated health and social care services to their local population. Most PCNs cover a population of 30,000 to 50,000 patients. All Southampton GPs and PCNs are part of the Hampshire and Isle of Wight Integrated Care Board (ICB).

There are currently six PCNs in Southampton, consisting of the following 37 GP Practices and branches:

  • West PCN: Lordshill Health Centre, Victor Street Surgery, Shirley Avenue & Chevoit Road Practice, Shirley Health Partnership, Aldermoor Surgery, Atherley House Surgery, Raymond Road, Hill Lane Surgery and Brook House Surgery
  • North PCN: Burgess Road Surgery, University Health Service Southampton, Stoneham Lane Surgery, Highfield Health and Walnut Tree Surgery
  • Central PCN: St Mary's Surgery, Alma Road Surgery, Mulberry Surgery, Homeless Healthcare and Solent GP Surgery branches
  • Bitterne PCN: West End Road Surgery and The Peartree Practice branches
  • Woolston & Townhill PCN: Woolston Lodge Surgery, The Old Fire Station Surgery, Chartwell Green Surgery and St Peter's Surgery
  • Living Well PCN: Living Well Partnership branches

Resources

National GP profiles

The Office for Health Improvement and Disparities (OHID) National General Practice (GP) profiles interactive fingertips tool brings together a range of indicators at GP practice level and can be used to explore the data over time and between practices. A link to this fingertips tool is provided below.

OHID Fingertips - National GP Profiles
Dataset

GP practice and locality spine chart profiling tool

The GP practice and locality spine chart tool summarises 65 indicators across nine themes including, population and demography, life expectancy and mortality, physical health, mental health, health behaviours, healthy start, children and young people, ageing well and wider determinants of health. The spine chart is provided as an easy to use Excel file; simply select the locality or GP practice of interest from the drop down list to display that profile. Detailed guidance and frequently asked questions (FAQs) are provided within the tool. Please note that data presented relates to old Southampton ward boundaries. Analysis is based on pre-2023 ward boundaries.

GP practice and locality spine chart profiling tool
Dataset
xlsx | 5.4 MB | 30.08.2019

Geographies dashboard

This dashboard draws together a selection of interactive maps on various topics all in one place. These maps range from geographical boundary maps and points of interest for Southampton.

Geographies dashboard
Visualisation

Southampton population dashboard

The dashboard presents a range of population data to provide intelligence on Southampton's resident and GP registered population to help drive strategic decision making. Data in this dashboard is compiled from a range of publicly available sources. Including Small Area Population Forecasts (SAPF), Mid-Year Population Estimates (MYE), Subnational Population Projections (SNPP) and GP Registered Populations. Please note that SAPF figures in the dashboard are the sum of all Lower Level Super Output Areas (LSOAs) and may not be the same as other published figures.

Southampton population dashboard
Visualisation

Hampshire and Isle of Wight PCNs

This NHS webpage provides a breakdown of PCNs and GPs across the Hampshire and Isle of Wight ICB; including Southampton.

Hampshire and Isle of Wight PCNs
Website

Last updated: 25 September 2023