Why AHS?


Together, we do amazing things every day

Imagine a supportive employer, a career that fits your lifestyle, and endless learning opportunities. With Alberta Health Services (AHS), you can have all of that, and more

No matter what your role, working with us is about making a difference – every day.

With so many reasons to join AHS, why wait?

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Shared Values

Our vision, mission, and values are in everything we do. They inform key strategies and enable excellence every day.

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Inclusive Hiring

We strive to foster an environment where patients, clients, and staff alike can feel safe, healthy, and valued.

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Employee Benefits

We offer comprehensive employee benefits to support your health and well-being at work and at play.

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Discover Alberta's unique cities, towns, villages and varied landscapes across the five AHS zones.

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An Award-Winning Place to Work

Since 2017, AHS has been named a top employer recognized for our efforts in creating an innovative, inclusive, and supportive work environment whether you’re a new graduate or an experienced professional. It is a strong endorsement of how we value our employees’ contributions and the outstanding care provided by our staff, physicians, and volunteers.

Top rated-organizations are evaluated on various metrics, including:

  • Work atmosphere and social initiatives
  • Financial, health, and family benefits
  • Employee training and skills development
  • Career development opportunities (internships, mentoring, etc.)

Top-rated diversity employers:

  • Demonstrate ongoing efforts to increase diversity and inclusion
  • Offer innovative programs to support the diverse needs of its employees, including women, visible minorities, Indigenous Peoples, and LGBTQ2S+


Emergency Services

Jillian and Allison share their story on how they are creating an impact in the essential field of first-responder and front-line care.

Mental Health Therapist

Meet Mitchell, and discover how he helps make a difference providing mental health support, and advocating for increased mental wellness.


Taslim and Nicole discuss their career, and the role of dietitians as an important health resource, including some common misconceptions.

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Lucy, Indigenous Cancer Patient Navigator

Honoring the Work of Our Indigenous Nurses

Lucy has a unique role as one of only three RNs in the province working as an Indigenous Cancer Patient Navigator... Read More

Julie, Speech Language Pathologist

Frontline SLP to Provincial Practice Director

After obtaining her Bachelor of Arts and Master of Science in Speech Language Pathology, Julie has grown her career over... Read More

Keith, Program Director

Occupational Therapist to Senior Trainer

Michael Yutadco is a registered Occupational Therapist. He has worked at various rural and urban sites providing frontline... Read More

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