Learn about the AHCIP, how to get registered for coverage of insured hospital and physician services in Alberta and Canada, forms, updates.
Healthy living, wait times reporting, electronic health record, MyHealth Alberta, interactive health data and personal health information.
Health benefits and services, drug coverage and health care facilities.
The OCMOH provides public health expertise to support health surveillance, population health and disease control initiatives.
Primary health care is your first point of contact with the health system, bringing health services closer to where you live and work.
Information, fees, standards, policy and business resources for health care professionals.
Learn about health coverage outside the province and how to submit claims.
Protect yourself and others – wash your hands, cover your cough, stay home when sick and get a free influenza vaccine at a clinic near you.
Dental fees in Alberta
The 2019 dental fee guide will help you save money during your next trip to the dentist.
Valuing mental health
Valuing Mental Health: Next Steps outlines the actions being taken to strengthen the addiction and mental health system in Alberta.
Alberta's opioid crisis response
How Alberta is responding to the increase in fentanyl- and opioid-related deaths in our province.
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.
- Jan 15, 2019
Olivia and Liam were Alberta’s most common baby monikers in 2018, while Harper, Elizabeth and James cracked the top 10 list for the first time in decades.
- Jan 14, 2019
So far, enough concrete to fill 15 Olympic-sized swimming pools has been poured for the radiation therapy department at the new Calgary Cancer Centre.
- Dec 14, 2018
Seniors and their families in the Calgary area have more choices as 80 new long-term care beds opened with the Wing Kei Greenview expansion.