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South Long COVID Central Access and Triage

This central access referral service provides a single point of entry for patient with COVID symptoms lasting longer than three months post diagnosis.

Our clinic is an interdisciplinary lead clinic providing support to patients experiencing persistent symptoms caused by Covid-19 and are at least 12 weeks post the acute phase of the infection. Inter-professional Outpatient Programs (IPOP) have been established to address COVID symptoms in patients where their symptoms last longer than 12 weeks. The IPOP clinics will provide medical and / or rehabilitation supports and services based on each patient’s needs by connecting primary care, specialty medicine, and allied health professionals. The IPOP teams are comprised of nurse practitioners (NPs), physicians, registered nurses (RNs), and Allied Health professionals who will develop/collaborate on and/or oversee patients’ care plans. People with long COVID report experiencing different combinations of the following symptoms: fatigue, difficulty thinking (“brain fog”), cognitive changes, headache, loss of smell / taste, dizziness, palpitations, chest pain, dyspnea, ongoing cough, joint / muscle pain, fever, depression, and anxiety. Symptoms often get worse after physical or mental activity.

More information can be found on the Public Health Agency of Canada website.

Contact Details

Calgary Zone and Area

403-943-5788 (Central Access)
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Hours of Operation
Service hours not available.
Service Providers May Include
internal medicine specialists, physiotherapists (PTs), respirologists
Service Access

Healthcare providers should consult the Alberta Referral Directory for service referral information.

Wait Times

3 months post Covid-19 diagnosis.

An estimated wait time will be provided at the time the referral is received.

Service Languages
Interpreter/Translation services
Also Known As
Long COVID Central Access and Triage (LCCAT), Post COVID-19 Clinic