You are encouraged to pick a doctor who is identified as your primary care Family Physician because Your family doctor provides “whole patient” care and takes responsibility for your care in disease prevention and management of illnesses. If you have a chronic disease, it is better to see your family doctor who “knows you” whenever [...]
Your doctor is committed to all aspects of Family Medicine care. When not seeing patients in the clinic, he/she may be on call in the Emergency Room, delivering a baby, in the operating room, providing care at a specialty or satellite clinic in our community, attending educational courses or administrative meetings, or taking personal time [...]
Alberta Health Care card List of medications (if possible, bring in all of your actual pill bottles) If it’s your first visit to the clinic, please bring photo ID Your current address and phone number will be updated at each visit
It is best to book an appointment to see your doctor for prescription refills. If that is not possible, then refills may be done over the phone at the discretion of the physician. There may be a charge for this uninsured service.
These are services that are not paid for by Alberta Health. Patients are responsible for the costs of these visits, procedures, or forms. There is a list of Patient Pay Services on this website.
The appointment booking schedule opens up one month at a time. This way, if your doctor is “all booked up,” then you will have a chance to get a booking for the following month when the 1st rolls around again. This way, your doctor won’t be booked up for many months before you have a [...]
The doctors serve a large area and population. The wait time to see a doctor is determined by how many people book the available appointment slots. To help reduce the frustration with wait times: Plan ahead for routine prescription refills Remember to phone and cancel if you aren’t able to make your appointment. Then someone [...]