Our Social Prescriber convenes Talking Cafes at community venues across the Phoenix Health PCN area. PRINCES RISBOROUGH The Crew Cafe Stratton Road HP27 9AX Monthly(1st Tues) 10am-12 noon, CHINNOR The Village Centre High Street OX39 4DH 1st & 3rd Monday of each month 10am to 12 noon

PCN Services

Phoenix Health PCN has a growing, multi-disciplinary team who help our GP practices to care for and provide additional services to the residents of the 8 care homes in our PCN area.

The care homes in Phoenix Health PCN area are:

Cross Keys Practice
The Old School House Princes Risborough
Cherry Trees Princes Risborough
Hempton Fields Chinnor (shared with Unity Health)
Icknield Court Princes Risborough (shared with Unity Health)

Haddenham Medical Centre
Bartlett’s Stone
Stone House Stone
Abbeyfield House Haddenham
Chiltern View Stone

Unity Health
Hempton Fields Chinnor (shared with Cross Keys Practice)
Icknield Court Princes Risborough (shared with Cross Keys Practice)

Our Pharmacy Team work closely with our member practices and our Care Homes Team to optimise the best medicines for patients by carrying out Medication Reviews, ensuring prescribing is patient focussed, safe and following the latest guidelines to produce the best possible patient outcomes.

The Community Pharmacy Consultation Service (CPCS) whereby 111 and practices can refer patients to a community pharmacy near them for minor illness and injury is being rolled out across England. The pharmacy team will link with our local community pharmacies to maximise use of this service.

Our Specialist Mental Health Practitioner (MHP) is available to support and advise the practice teams on mental health in the context of complex patients, signposting, referrals to mental health teams and services, and teaching.

The MHP focusses on complex or stuck patients who fall between the current remit of services such as IAPT (Healthy Minds) and those who are cared for by Community Mental Health Teams. The aim is to intervene at an earlier stage before patients reach true crisis point and support them to maintain health in all aspects, support to readjust imbalances in physical health and in doing so hopefully increase the life expectancy of those with mental illness.

Consisting of Care Co-ordinators, Social Prescribers and Health & Well-being Coaches this team work to improve the health and well-being of patients who need non-medical help and support to improve their lives by sign posting to local services and offers of support, helping people who are feeling lonely or isolated, providing coaching to empower and motivate patients to adopt a healthier lifestyle. For more information on these roles see the Who’s Who section of our website.