Tag Archive | "Alberta Health Services"

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AHS re-launches Indigenous-led patient navigation service 

Posted on 18 January 2023 bystaff

Indigenous people can contact the Four Winds South Zone Project to support navigation and co-ordination of access to Alberta Health Services. The Indigenous patient navigators service has returned after being put on hiatus to respond to pandemic health needs. The role of the IPN is to work with Indigenous patients alongside clinical teams to promote…Continue Reading

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Chronic pain self-management program on-line in south zone 

Posted on 11 January 2023 bystaff

South zone residents living with chronic pain symptoms or supporting someone with a long-term health condition have an opportunity to…Continue Reading

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Blackfoot veteran shares his good fortune with horses

Posted on 27 July 2022 byEditor

Preston Crow Chief had many people praying for his safe return in 2009 when he deployed to Afghanistan with the Canadian Armed Forces. Crow Chief on Thursday painted Blackfoot warrior symbols on two horses in Centennial Park in Fort Macleod to pass on his good fortune. “I want all the prayers that were given to…Continue Reading

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Willow Creek, AHS discuss emergency medical services

Posted on 05 January 2022 byrobvogt

Alberta Health Services is experiencing challenges in emergency medical services, and the MD of Willow Creek has a solution. Dan…Continue Reading

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Albertans urged to immunize against influenza

Posted on 20 October 2021 byadmin

Albertans are encouraged to get influenza immunization to stay healthy, protect others and reduce pressure on Alberta’s health care system.…Continue Reading

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Mobile mammogram clinic coming to town

Posted on 29 September 2021 bystaff

Is it time for your mammogram? Screen Test is coming to Fort Macleod from Oct. 15-19. Screen Test is a…Continue Reading

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Walk-in clinic Saturday for first dose of COVID-19 vaccine

Posted on 09 June 2021 bystaff

Albertans can now receive their first dose of Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine without an appointment at walk-in clinics in 20 communities…Continue Reading

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Town seeks solution to STARS helipad closure

Posted on 21 April 2021 byEditor

The new H145 helicopter used by STARS air ambulance is too big to land on the heliport at Fort Macleod Health…Continue Reading

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Flu shots now available across Alberta

Posted on 28 October 2020 bystaff

Flu shots are now available free of charge at pharmacies and doctors’ offices across the province. Alberta Health Services (AHS)…Continue Reading