Lesser Slave Lake Health Advisory Council

Lesser Slave Lake Health Advisory Council is located in the centre of northern Alberta representing municipalities like Slave Lake, High Prairie, and Wabasca.

The Health Advisory Councils’ purpose is to enhance and develop partnerships between the province’s diverse communities and Alberta Health Services.

Public participation is essential to improving the quality and accountability of health services. Continuing to draw on community members for feedback and input will help us meet our mission of providing a patient-focused, quality health system that is accessible and sustainable for all Albertans. 

Upcoming Events

The public is invited to attend and observe Council meetings. Please visit our Upcoming Meetings & Agendas page to find the next meeting. To request to present at the meeting, please complete and submit a Request for Presentation and Agenda Items form.

Work Plans

Each Council will develop an annual Work Plan that will include the goals and objectives determined by the Council and include proposals for formal consultations and engagement activities with communities.

Annual Report

The Councils shall provide to the Alberta Health Services Board an Annual Report of its activities for the previous fiscal year (April 1 – March 31).