Access to Primary Health Care

Progress Report

The following table provides an overview of the deliverables outlined in the Provincial Health Plan Action Area for Access to Primary Health Care.

Updated: January 1st, 2023

Deliverable Target Date Revised Target Date Status

Launch Provincial Primary Care Network

Citizens without a family doctor or nurse practitioner who need access to primary care services will be able register to a new provincial Primary Care Network and receive services.

Q4
2021-22
Q4
2022-23

Eliminate Patient Connect List (NB Health Link)

The Patient Connect NB List will have been completely eliminated and replaced by the New Brunswick Primary Care Network. (NB Health Link)

Q2
2022-23
Q1
2023-24

Expand Primary Care Network

The New Brunswick Primary Care Network will start offering appointments with a wide range of health professionals.

Q3
2022-23
Q1
2023-24

Community Care Networks

Community health services will be re-organized into care networks that will make it easier for New Brunswickers to get access to the services that they need.

Q3
2022-23
 

Primary Care Network (NB Health Link) Integrated with Tele-Care 811

The New Brunswick Primary Care Network model, which will offer telephone, virtual and in-person access to the right health-care provider at the right time, will integrate with Tele-Care 811.

Q1
2023-24
Q1
2024-25

 

Status description

Complete
In progress
Not started

 

Featured Content

Take a look through the materials featured in this section to learn more about the New Brunswick context regarding Access to Primary Health Care.

Action Areas

For the most recent quarterly progress report, as well as featured material from the New Brunswick Health Council, select an Action Area from the table below to learn more.

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Access to Primary Health Care

Updated: January 1st, 2023
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Access to Surgery

Updated: January 1st, 2023
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Create a Connected System

Updated: January 1st, 2023
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Support Seniors to Age in Place

Updated: January 1st, 2023