Network Multidisciplinary Service

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Network Multidisciplinary Service

Networks (formally known as Clusters) consist of a grouping of GP practices within a coherent geographical area, covering a patient population of 30 - 50,000 people. The Network Multidisciplinary Team (MDT) meetings are a part of Bedfordshire's Clinical Commissioning Group's Primary Care Strategy, working in partnership with other local organisations to deliver place-based care through Primary Care Networks. The meetings are designed to bring together key partners within primary, secondary, and social care to discuss the needs and requirements of individual patients. BEDOC has been contracted to arrange and manage these meetings. 

These meetings are only one element of the wider Multidisciplinary Approach in Central Bedfordshire which seeks to deliver a more integrated and joined up model of care to its population.

If you would like more information about this new strategy, please contact your own GP service directly.