About us

About Us

What is a Primary Care Network?

A primary care network is a group of practices who work together to focus on local patient care. They’ve been around since 2019 and 99 per cent of practices across England now work as part of one.

With increased demand and a shortage of clinical staff, practices find they can provide greater, more personalised care for patients when they can work together on certain services or issues.

Take a look at this short animation from NHS England which explains how they work.

Take a look at this short animation from NHS England which explains how they work.

Meet Our Team

Dr Nazia Ulla
Clinical Director

Abbi Kendall
PCN Development Manager

Mark Williams
Coordinator / Digital Champion


Vanessa Green
Clinical Pharmacist

Sally McKallip
Pharmacy Technician


Owen Paddock

Rick Player
Advanced Practitioner Paramedic

Sarah Naylor

Coordinated Care Team

Samantha Hill
Care Coordinator

Josephine Clifton
Care Coordinator

Emma Berry
GP Assistant

Social Prescribing Link Workers

Natalie Rayner

Social Prescriber

Karen Brown

Social Prescriber

GDPR Privacy Statement

How Fenland PCN Ltd uses your information to provide you with healthcare

Fenland PCN keeps medical records confidential and complies with the General Data Protection Regulation.

We have access to your medical record so that we can provide you with safe care and treatment.

We will also use your information so that our practices can check and review the quality of the care we provide. This helps us to improve our services to you.

  • We will share relevant information from your medical record with other health or social care staff or organisations when they provide you with care. For example, your GP will share information when they refer you to a specialist in a hospital. Or your GP will send details about your prescription to your chosen pharmacy.
  • Healthcare staff working in A&E and out of hours care will also have access to your information. For example, it is important that staff who are treating you in an emergency know if you have any allergic reactions. This will involve the use of your Summary Care Record. For more information see:  https://digital.nhs.uk/summary-care-records or alternatively speak to your registered GP practice.
  • You have the right to object to information being shared for your own care. Please speak to your registered GP practice if you wish to object. You also have the right to have any mistakes or errors corrected.