Primary care home

This page provides background and links to more information about the Primary Care Home model of care.


Primary Care Home is a new model of health care where a wide range of social and health care professionals come together to deliver care to the local community. This model involves strong relations and teamwork between primary, secondary and social care to deliver care closer to the patient’s home. They will provide improved population healthcare and personalised care to a registered population of 30,000 to 50,000. Both clinical and financial objectives are coordinated through a unified, capitated budget with appropriate shared risks and rewards.

Visit the National Association of Primary Care website for a broad range of resources to support the primary care home model.

Reference: NHS England.

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