- Take action to protect yourself and others and prevent the spread of novel coronavirus disease COVID-19.
- Learn about influenza and how you can protect yourself.
- Just because it is legal doesn’t mean it is safe. Get facts on the health risks of using cannabis at www.drugsafe.ca
- Alberta offers a range of addiction care services. Albertans can choose a path that makes sense for them.
The Ministry of Health works to ensure Albertans receive the right health care services, at the right time, in the right place, provided by the right health care providers and teams.
Alberta Health is responsible for:
- setting policy, legislation and standards for the health system in Alberta
- allocating health funding
- administering provincial programs such as the Alberta Health Care Insurance Plan
- providing expertise on communicable disease control
- implementing and ensuring compliance with government policy
Health services are planned and delivered by Alberta Health Services. Some public health services may also be provided by private health care clinics, for example, dentists' offices.
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Dental fees in Alberta
The 2019 dental fee guide will help you save money during your next trip to the dentist.
Help in tough times
Services and resources to help you in stressful times.
Alberta's opioid crisis response
How Alberta is responding to the increase in fentanyl- and opioid-related deaths in our province.
- Sep 24, 2020
Currently, 58 people are in hospital due to COVID-19, 14 of whom are in intensive care – well below hospital capacity. Almost 12,800 tests have been completed in the last 24 hours.
- Sep 23, 2020
Associate Minister of Mental Health and Addictions Jason Luan issued the following statement regarding the release of the Alberta COVID-19 Opioid Response Surveillance Report Q2 2020:
- Sep 21, 2020
Currently, 51 people are in hospital due to COVID-19, nine of whom are in intensive care – well below hospital capacity. Almost 35,000 tests have been completed since Sept. 17.