Grande Cache is currently without network, landline or cellphone services
911 calls can still be made from cellphones but 911 calls cannot be made from landlines. The Grande Cache Community Health Complex remains open and continues to provide care to all patients. EMS continues to be available for area residents. The cause of the issue is being investigated by Telus.
Recognizing the contributions of AHS physicians and medical staff
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Hematology patient says thanks with $3M gift to University of Alberta Hospital
January 21-27 is National Non-Smoking Week, and Alberta Health Services (AHS) is partnering with communities throughout the North Zone to raise awareness of the spectrum of tobacco cessation services available through AlbertaQuits.
Next week is National Non-Smoking Week, and Alberta Health Services (AHS) is partnering with communities throughout Central Zone to raise awareness of the spectrum of tobacco cessation services available through AlbertaQuits.
Seniors living in Fort McMurray and the surrounding Wood Buffalo region are invited to start the new year with a healthy approach to staying active — and Alberta Health Services (AHS) has programs to help them achieve this goal.
A gift to the University of Alberta Hospital (UAH) hematology program will soon give patients with blood diseases a place to spend time with their families, and give staff and physicians resources to expand research and develop innovations to improve their care.