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Health Link

If you have a health concern or you’re not sure where to go for help, speak to a nurse on this free, round-the-clock, telephone advice and health information service:

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Family Doctor

Your best option for on-going health needs, most family doctors are part of a (groups of health professionals working together to coordinate your health care). To find a family doctor:

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Urgent Care Centres

Extended hour access for unexpected, non-life-threatening health concerns, such as broken bones, pain, infections and cuts.

Ambulatory Care Centres

Immediate attention for urgent, but non-life-threatening conditions, including sudden illness or injuries.

Family Care Clinics

Extended hours care, especially for those who need a family physician, have chronic diseases, or have addiction or mental health needs.

Community & Public Health Centres

Services including: prenatal, health promotion, disease and injury prevention, and more.

MyHealth.Alberta.ca

This website is a single place for you to go to find trustworthy health information and useful health tools, including a .

Pharmacists

Renew prescriptions, assess minor condition symptoms, offer treatment or refer you to the most appropriate treatment location.

Walk-In Clinics

Many offer extended hours helping with concerns such as sprains, ear infections and flu symptoms.

Emergency Departments

For those who are seriously ill or injured. Patients with potentially life-threatening conditions should immediately phone 911.

 

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