Our PCN’s physician members have access to the following SPPCN services:
- Centralized Mental Health Program
- Centralized Health Support Team Program
- Specialty Referral Program (See our specialty referral form - only for use by SPPCN physician members)
- Continuing Medical Education (CME) Opportunities
- After-Hours Program
- UpToDate subscription through SPPCN
Once physicians have been members with SPPCN for at least six months (and depending on their patient panel size) they may be able to access additional SPPCN services, including:
- Decentralized Family Practice Support Program
- Office Enhancements and GP Skills Funding
To join the PCN, you must be a family physician or pediatrician. We have a Membership Approval Process that we follow to sign-up new physician members, which requires the SPPCN Board’s review and approval of membership.
Contact Farah Albert (firstname.lastname@example.org) to learn more about joining our PCN!
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If you are a SPPCN physician member, access UpToDate by first logging into your SPPCN account through the button below.
If you are a family physician, pediatrician, or locum, who is interested in practicing in our PCN’s geographic region (Sherwood Park, Strathcona County, parts of Edmonton, Fort Saskatchewan, Lamont, Gibbons, Redwater, Bon Accord, or surrounding area), please contact:
Farah Albert, Executive Director
Sherwood Park - Strathcona County Primary Care Network