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Leading neighbourhood care development

NAPC has led the development of neighbourhood care, population health and integrated working for over two decades.

Our range of established programmes support and empower health and care staff to lead and pioneer change, foster innovation and enable new ways of working to deliver integrated care through neighbourhood teams.

Neighbourhood care development

Leading neighbourhood care development and supporting delivery of transformational change at scale

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Supporting healthcare teams and digital suppliers to embed solutions based on population health needs

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PCN support

Transforming primary care with our extensive, evidence-based learning from our hugely successful Primary Care Home model

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Personalised care programmes

Tailored, person-centered support to meet population health needs

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CARE programme

Supporting primary care colleagues to strengthen their leadership and shape services 

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Our expertise

Implementing neighbourhood care at scale

Sharing evidenced-based learning from our extensive networks

Supporting NHS teams and suppliers to embed technologies aligned to population health needs

Developing highly-effective teams and leaders through learning and wellbeing support

Designing workforce and care models to meet population health needs

Evaluation and developing an evidence base for real transformation

What our clients say…

CARE has enabled me to see problems as opportunities rather than threats and to think clearly about tackling challenges. I now feel I can influence, drive change and that my voice is being heard.

Pete Roberts

Specialist Paramedic Practitioner, Bedfordshire, Luton and Milton Keynes ICS

Continuing our long association with NAPC, Dorset was keen to continue working together and to embrace the opportunity to develop our digital care strategy for primary care.

Dr Karen Kirkham

Assistant Clinical Chair and Senior GP, Dorset

We absolutely wouldn’t be anywhere near where we are now if it wasn’t for your focus, dedication and the incredible amount of work you produce to keep us on track.

Paul Lindars

Primary Care Lead,
Bedfordshire, Luton and Milton Keynes ICS

Recent publications

Understanding and tackling workforce recruitment and retention issues in health & social care

NAPC brought together a group of experts from health and social care to discuss the challenges around workforce and made recommendations to address them. This paper is a report of that meeting. April 2022.

Building Frontiers

A paper which explores how to support system integration and shape future care design, formed from the collective experience of the Frontiers Group (clinicians and managers from primary care, secondary care and mental health). October 2021.

Primary care networks: critical thinking in developing an estate strategy

A guide to help PCNs and PCHs gather the evidence and insight to inform an estate strategy for integrated community-based health and care consistent with the vision of the NHS Long Term Plan. March 2020.

CARE pop health

95% of CARE participants saw their leadership skills improved


We work with all 42 ICSs in the country through our support and programmes

Years of experience

Years of experience in neighbourhood care and population health improvement

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