For non-emergency health advice, including information on your health care options, call Health Link at 811.
Several months have passed since the Fort McMurray wildfire tore through the area. While the city and its surrounding communities look to rebuild and return to a sense of normalcy, Alberta Health Services’ employees are back at work, supporting their fellow residents. But we know that the loss and effect of this event is far from over.
Our thoughts remain with everyone who suffered loss of property, including many of our staff. You won’t be alone in this. We are proud to stand with you all as we look towards the future and rebuilding of Fort McMurray. One thing remains clear, Fort McMurray is strong and united and together we will carry on.
FOR IMMEDIATE ATTENTION: Updates to Your Local IT Service Desk for Fort McMurray Customers
Information Technology (IT) has revised Service Desk procedures to better support those with IT questions or issues, particularly for Fort McMurray staff as they resume operations.
If IT support is needed, the IT Service Desk can be reached at 1-866-967-5068 or locally at 780-791-6140.
Changes to Procedures:
Hours of Operation: 24/7 support
On-Call support is available outside of core business hours
Modified Phone Menu:
Service Desk Email:
Thank you! AHS staff donated to the Canadian Red Cross using payroll deductions to help those affected by the northern Alberta wildfires.
Total Raised as of August 31, 2016: $144,239.02
News releases and health advisories are posted on the main external Wildfire page under the "Latest Updates" heading.
There are resources and services available to help you and your loved ones cope with the stress in the aftermath of fires.
Visit the external wildfire page and look under the "Mental Health" tab for more.