TyneHealth, the GP Federation for North Tyneside, would like to introduce Patricia Whelan-Moss, who started this week as our new CEO.Read more
TyneHealth was founded in 2006 and became the North Tyneside GP Federation in 2014, representing all of the practices in North Tyneside.
Together with our GP members, we deliver improved health care in the community to over 215,000 residents, by bringing care closer to patients’ homes.
We work in partnership with commissioners, local hospitals, the third sector and our patients to provide community based, medically-led services.
The North Tyneside borough is split into four Primary Care Networks (PCN) – groups of GP practices working together for their local communities – as indicated on the map.
COVID-19 has been the single greatest public health emergency in the history of the NHS. We’ve created an information hub where you can find details on what TyneHealth is doing in regards to the pandemic, including:
North Tyneside residents aged 16+ have received their first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine
North Tyneside residents aged 16+ have received their second dose of the COVID-19 vaccine
NHS staff in GP practices across North Tyneside are asking local people to be kind and remember that they are people too. The #BeKind campaign was launched by Newcastle GP Services (NGPS) who have kindly agreed that we share the campaign over to North Tyneside in support of NHS GP staff across the region.
Patients registered with a GP Practice in North Tyneside now have 1,000 extra appointments with either a GP, nurse or Health Care Assistant.
FPS is designed to proactively identify patients – who potentially have issues that would otherwise have gone unchecked – to stop them from falling.