About Us

​​​​​The Leduc Beaumont Devon Primary Care Network provides services for patients in the Cities of Leduc and Beaumont, Town of Devon and all communities in Leduc County. A group of 56 family physicians and 1 Nurse Practitioner, working in 18 clinics, along with additional health care professionals (registered nurses and dietitians, an exercise specialist, mental health therapists and behavioural health consultants) work together to improve primary care for our patients.

Primary Care Networks (PCNs) use a collaborative team approach to provide care for patients and to coordinate primary health care services provided by family physicians, Alberta Health Services and other health care professionals.

PCNs are a way to provide team support for family doctors by bringing teams of health professionals together. PCNs also manage 24-hour patient access to appropriate primary care services.

The Leduc Beaumont Devon Primary Care Network began operating on March 1, 2006.

Core Values

We will maintain the highest standards of INTEGRITY in our behaviour and ethics, by being transparent, honest and honourable in all our interactions. 

We will be ACCOUNTABLE to the public and our members and take responsibility of our own actions and decisions.

We will strive for QUALITY in our organization by following best practices and challenging ourselves for continuous improvement in our work.

We will demonstrate RESPECT in all of our interactions with others.   

Vision Statement

Integrated and comprehensive primary health care for a healthier Leduc County and its communities. 

Mission Statement

To sustain and enhance health care provision in Leduc and area through coordinated health care delivery and to improve quality of life for the community of patients and physicians. 

What is a PCN?

A PCN is not necessarily a bricks-and-mortar building – it is a "network" of family physicians and health care providers working together to provide primary care to patients. A PCN may be composed of one clinic with many physicians and support staff, or several physicians in several clinics across a geographic region.

Each network is unique and has the flexibility to develop programs and provide services that meet the specific needs of its patients. This grassroots approach allows – and encourages – the PCN to focus on the needs of the local patient population.

The Primary Care Initiative oversees and supports the development of PCNs.

Alberta has 40 PCNs operating in communities and areas across the province with more in development.

Over 85 per cent (3800+) of all family doctors in the province practice within PCNs along with 1400 allied health care providers.

Why it is important to have a regular family doctor​