Networks

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The NHS Confederation meets the specific needs of different parts of its membership through its networks

The Mental Health Network was established to provide a distinct voice for mental health and learning disability service providers.

The NHS Partners Network (NHSPN) represents independent providers of NHS health care.

The National Association of Primary Care (NAPC) has recently joined the NHS Confederation as its exclusive primary care provider network.
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Mental Health Network

The Mental Health Network of the NHS Confederation is the voice for NHS funded mental health and learning disability service providers in England.

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NHS Partners Network

The NHS Partners Network represents independent sector providers of NHS clinical services.

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NHS Clinical Commissioners

The NHS Confederation is committed to supporting effective clinical commissioning at the heart of the NHS.

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NAPC: Primary care provider network

The National Association of Primary Care (NAPC) is joining the NHS Confederation as its exclusive primary care provider network.

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