Health services

Ambulance and emergency health services, Indigenous health, organ donation, blood program, Crown’s right to recovery, wait times.


Learn about ground and air ambulance services, fees and payment, the professionals who provide ambulance care and provincial standards.

The government can recover its cost of health services when an Albertan is injured due to a third party's wrongful act or omission.

Provides accessible, culturally appropriate health services for First Nations, Métis and Inuit people.

Funded through Alberta's health care system, midwives provide safe services for women with low-risk pregnancies.

Learn about the Health Advocate and Mental Health Advocate, what they do, and your role in your health care.

Find out more about organ and tissue donation and how to register online to become a donor. Inform your family of your wishes and sign up.

Learn how the Provincial Blood Coordinating Program ensures transfusion medicine services in Alberta are safe, effective and efficient.

Learn how to make an appeal to the Public Health Appeal Board (PHAB) from decisions made under the Public Health Act.

Learn how to resolve concerns or complaints about health services, treatments you received, or how health care decisions are made.

How to appeal a decision about your supportive living accommodation licence, and take part in an appeal hearing.

Find wait times for various medical procedures and diagnostics tests in Alberta to help you decide on treatment options.