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Health care coverage
Learn about the requirements to apply, register and get your health care card for coverage of insured health services in Alberta under the AHCIP (Alberta Health Care Insurance Plan).
If you travel outside of Alberta, know what is covered before you leave – not every health service is covered or reimbursed.
If you are an evacuee from Ukraine living in Alberta, you may apply for health care coverage. For more information on this process and other Government of Alberta programs and services available to evacuees from Ukraine, read Support for Ukrainians.
Determine if you are eligible for AHCIP and find out how to apply.
Get a replacement AHCIP card if your personal health care card is damaged, lost or stolen.
Update your information when you move, get married or divorced, have a baby, will be temporarily absent and more.
Learn about the insured health services covered in Alberta, Canada, and outside Canada.
AHCIP top forms
- Apply (register) – Application form for AHCIP Coverage
- Update, replace – AHCIP Notice of Change – UPDATE – Name, address, date of birth, gender, replace a card
- Add family – AHCIP Notice of Change – ADDITION (PDF, 303 KB)
- Remove family – AHCIP Notice of Change – DELETION (PDF, 286 KB)
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