About the PCN

The Primary Care Network is made up of 9 practices within the 3 valleys. 

Covid Vaccinations

The Covid 19 vaccination program has now started, and is being rolled out in order of priority based on advice from the Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation (JCVI)

Our Practices

Working with other health and care organisations and their communities to provide better and more integrated services to improve population health and wellbeing.

Welcome to the Three Valleys Health

Primary Care Network

Three Valleys Health Primary Care Network is a group of nine GP practices, working with others, with the aim of improving health and wellbeing and addressing health inequalities in the South West.

Our Practices

Chew
Hillcrest, Peasedown
St John
St Mary’s, Timsbury
Elm Hayes, Paulton
Hope House, Radstock
Somerton House,
Midsomer Norton
Harptree and Cameley
St Chad’s, Midsomer Norton and Chilcompton
Westfield, Radstock

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Latest Updates

12TH MAY 2021

Nurses and volunteers from 3 Valleys Health Primary Care Network celebrated International Nurses Day at the Covid vaccination clinic, Somer Centre Midsomer Norton this week.

They took time between clinics to mark the special occasion and think about why it’s so important to celebrate the fantastic work all of our nurses do.

Liz Hersch, Clinical Director, 3 Valleys Primary Care Network said: “Our practice nursing teams are an incredible and much valued resource. They care for hundreds of patients every year in many different ways from chronic disease management and skin care to minor illness and vaccinations.  Without our nurses we could not have delivered the most successful flu vaccine campaign ever in 2020 and already given over 30,000 Covid vaccines to our most vulnerable patients. This year our nurses will be offering  group consultations for our diabetic patients which is a new, evidence-based sustainable way to deliver excellent personalised care.”

Kayley Deacon-Hayes, Care Coordinator, Elm Hayes surgery said: “It’s great to celebrate International Nurses Day.  Nurses really are amazing people and they work so hard.”

Beth Evans, retired nurse volunteering at the Somer Centre Covid clinic said:

“Nurses are amazing people who do so much to help so many people. Being a nurse is a vocation and I’ve been really humbled and proud to help out with the Covid vaccination drive.”

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