Fort McMurray remains under a mandatory evacuation order. A provincial state of emergency has been declared (more information).
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Updates and Information
NEWS & ADVISORIES | Latest information about your health care
listing-home-news | ‘Roomies’ reunited by CapitalCare
Roommates left Northern Lights with only the clothes on their back, but their friendship has comforted them during this tough time
listing-home-news,,Feature Story,Feature Story - EMS Archive | 'I derailed that night'
Thankful her suicide bid failed, EMS member shares her courageous journey back to mental health
listing-home-news,Feature Story,Feature Story - Calgary | Revolutionary surgery protects young brains
Alberta Children’s Hospital offers new procedure to ease pressure of hydrocephalus
listing-home-video | Calgary EMS paramedics strike up the band
Calgary paramedics stay mentally healthy with their band Station 4.
listing-home-news,News Release,News Release - Calgary Zone,News Release - Edmonton Zone | Dementia advice now offered provincially through Health Link
Specialized service expands to support patients, caregivers in Edmonton and Calgary Zones.
listing-home-news | Temporary Urgent Care Centre ready for return of residents
The PICS units are a series of portable, inter-connected, modular shelters allowing AHS to provide healthcare with clean air, clean water and significant space.
listing-home-news,News Release,News Release - Edmonton Zone | Local symposium to focus on primary care improvement
EDMONTON — More than 150 health care providers from across the province are meeting this morning in Edmonton to discuss primary health care in Alberta.
listing-home-advisory,Health Advisory,Health Advisory - Air Quality,Health Advisory - North Zone | Air Quality Advisory lifted for Bonnyville, St. Paul, Cold Lake, Lac La Biche, Smoky Lake and Elk Point
NORTH ZONE – Alberta Health Services (AHS) has lifted the air quality advisory issued May 19, 2016 for Bonnyville, St. Paul, Cold Lake, Lac La Biche Smoky Lake, Elk Point and the surrounding areas in those communities.
listing-home-news | More than just health care from AHS at Bold Centre
Resources and friendship given to Fort McMurray evacuees in Lac La Biche.
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