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    a province-wide online repository of health topics, tools, resources, and alerts.

  • Health Link Alberta
    provides Alberta-based and physician-approved information about more than 1,000 health topics ranging from diseases to healthy living and disease prevention.
    Phone: (Edmonton) 403.943.5465 (Calgary) Toll-free 1.866.408.5465
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  • Alberta Health and Wellness provides health information about wellness and healthy living, nutrition, emergency health services, immunization, and much more.Phone: 780.427.1432 (Edmonton),
    Toll-free in Alberta dial 310.0000 then 780.427.1432

  • Alberta Health Care Insurance Plan is the basic health insurance plan for Alberta resident to cover medically necessary hospital and health care services.Phone: 780.427.1432 (Edmonton),
    Toll-free in Alberta dial 310.0000 then 780.427.1432

  • Alberta Health Services is responsible for the planning and delivery of health supports and services for Albertans.Phone: Toll-free 1.866.943.1120

  • The Alberta Medical Association (AMA) provides a forum where Albertans can participate in surveys, quick polls and online discussions about the things that matter to them in health care.

  • Health Canada is the Federal department responsible for helping Canadians maintain and improve their health while respecting individual choices and circumstances.

  • Inform Albertaa province-wide online directory of community, health, social, and government services across the province. Services are organized by topic and geographic area.

  • The Canadian Mental Health Association (Alberta Division) information and resources about mental health and mental illness and supports the resilience and recovery of people experiencing mental illness.

  • The Center for Suicide Preventionresources for the public and health care professionals on the topic of suicide awareness.

  • Dieticians of Canadaa trusted source of information on food and nutrition for Canadians.

  • Public Health Nutrition ResourcesThis information is intended as a general resource only and is not meant to replace the medical counsel of a physician or individual consultation with a Registered Dietitian.
    Nutrition Guidelines - Alberta Health Services

  • The Patient’s Medical Homepresented by the College of Family Physicians of Canada and describes their vision for the future of family practice in Canada.