Alberta Health Services is committed to transparency and has complied with legislation to disclose compensation for employees receiving over the 2022 threshold amount of $141,183 in compensation as outlined in the Public Sector Compensation Transparency Act.
The compensation information released is total annual compensation, which includes base salary, overtime, shift premiums, weekend premiums, on-call pay, sick pay, vacation pay, benefits and relevant severance. In some cases, the amount of compensation disclosed reflects the significant amount of additional hours and overtime that many health care workers have worked responding to demands on the health system. This disclosure also includes AHS former board members, regardless of the amount of compensation they have received in the past year.
AHS is a large organization — the largest health care organization in the country. The AHS disclosure list includes approximately 1.9 per cent of AHS staff and AHS-employed physicians, or about 2,131 direct AHS employees. Approximately 55 per cent of this group is unionized staff, including registered nurses, paramedics, technicians, psychologists, mental health therapists and pharmacists, among others. 45 per cent are non-union staff, including medical and senior leaders, and frontline clinical staff such as unit managers, nurse practitioners, clinical leads, pathologists, dentists, physicians, and lab scientists, among others.
AHS regularly posts of the AHS executive team and former board on the external website. AHS executive team and former board salaries and total severance information are also disclosed as part of our annual audited AHS consolidated financial statements.
This page was last modified on June 29, 2023.
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