Information and resources that have been identified as important to AHS' community partners and stakeholders.
For any questions or feedback, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
AHS is divided into five geographic zones. Each zone is led by a Chief Zone Officer and Zone Medical Director, who are responsible for local decision making and the coordination of zone resources.
Dr Brian Muir,
Dr David Zygun,
Dr Jennifer Bestard,
Dr Mark Anselmo,
Dr Aaron Low,
AHS leadership, along with Alberta Health, embarked on a Health Engagement Tour across Alberta in 2022. In each community, events invited internal and community stakeholders to discuss three questions:
View the reports from the communities below. Community Conversations are being scheduled for 2023. Stay tuned for more details.
For Alberta Health Services info and resources, visit the AHS home page.
Get info about a variety of diseases and conditions, or check your symptoms at MyHealth.Alberta.ca.
Feeling ill or have a health concern? A nurse is available 24/7 to answer your questions through HealthLink at 811 (1-866-408-5465).
Do you have a concern, feedback or compliment about patient care? Contact Patient Concerns & Feedback.
Quick Reference - find healthcare throughout the province.
Translated Resources AHS offers a number of resources translated into the most common languages spoken in Alberta.
Have a question about health policy? Contact Alberta Health.
Lynn Thompson, 76, recovering at the Red Deer Regional hospital.
Updates and information about the COVID-19 pandemic can change daily. It's important our community partners and stakeholders have the most current information.
Visit AHS' dedicated COVID-19 webpage for the most up to date information and resources.
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Sabbohi Asif, recovering in Rockyview General Hospital after being in the Intensive Care Unit with COVID-19, breathes into an incentive spirometer - a device used to encourage deep breathing and monitor and improve lung strength.
AHS is committed to meaningful and authentic community engagement with Albertans. One of the best channels to connect with us is through our Advisory Councils. Councils help patients and families contribute to healthcare solutions and the betterment of our system.
AHS' Wisdom Council provides guidance and recommendations to ensure AHS develops and implements culturally appropriate and innovative health service delivery for Indigenous Peoples.
AHS' four Provincial Advisory Councils advise on province-wide health programs. Councils include public members who represent all Zones, healthcare professionals and stakeholders in their areas of focus.
Together4Health, AHS' online engagement platform, invites Albertans to have their say on various healthcare topics. Join our online community to keep up to date on current and future projects.
Together4Health Headlines is an e-newsletter designed to keep you informed of decisions being made to protect and support Albertans, key public health information, and opportunities for you to connect with AHS.
Subscribe by emailing email@example.com.
Find information on EMS performance located on the lower right-hand side of the page.
Learn more about what is happening in your zone, including EMS wait time reporting:
Several social media accounts are designed to help Albertans live healthier lives and connect you with the health information, resources and support you need - when and where you need it.
@ahs_media - News releases and information for media
@ahs_ems - Emergency Medical Services for Alberta
@ahs_hacs - Information on the Health Advisory Councils
@ahs_northzone - Information for Albertans in the North Zone
@ahs_yegzone - Information for Albertans in the Edmonton Zone
@ahs_centralzone - Information for Albertans in the Central Zone
@ahs_yyczone - Information for Albertans in the Calgary Zone
@ahs_southzone - Information for Albertans in the South Zone
RN Dragon Kolenda with 9 month old Isabelle Coldwell, dressed as Hermione from Harry Potter, at the Alberta Children's Hospital.