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What's New on MyHealth.Alberta.ca

MyHealth.Alberta.ca's New Look​

The homepage updates will make​​ it easier to find the information you are looking for. The content itself hasn't changed and is still a trusted source of information. These changes reflect our ongoing commitment to follow new and em​erging best practices.​

You can still find specific health conditions, tips for healthy living, or locate a service. You can also learn about medications, tests and treatments.

New Pages

  • Do you know what a fall is or how to stop one from happening? Learn about Preventing Slips, Trips, and Falls.
  • Healthcare 101 – Co-designed by Albertans for Albertans. This module is now accessible from MyHealth.Alberta. It’s important for all of us to understand the healthcare system and take an active role in our own health. Partnering together, Albertans identified 4 topics to help you get ready to talk to your doctors, healthcare providers, and health researchers. The first topic, My Healthcare, is ready and now available.

Improved Find Healthcare Tool

We’re pleased to announce a new tool on MyHealth.Alberta.ca called Find Healthcare. This replaces the Healthcare Locator.

This improved tool makes it easier for you to find facilities and services. Using your postal code or location, you’ll be able to find the facilities and services closest to you.

Other benefits are:

  • easy to use
  • mobile and tablet friendly
  • results shown in a map, grid, or list view
  • same tool on both MyHealth.Alberta.ca and the Alberta Health Services website

New Patient Care Handouts​

Isolation Precaution Information: For Hospital Visitors

When a friend or family member is in the hospital, it is important to follow all precautions. These handouts will help you understand different isolation precautions, and how best to protect yourself and your loved one.

Health Education and Learning Program (HEAL)

The Health Education and Learning Program (HEAL) has provided new handouts for caring for children. These can all be saved to a desktop or laptop, or printed off to read later or give to someone.

Personal Health Record

We are working to make a personal health record feature available on MyHealth.Alberta.ca. With a personal health record, you'll be able to track your height, weight, allergies, conditions, and more. You’ll also be able to get information from the provincial electronic health record. This means you'll be able to see a list of your medications and some of your lab test results.​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​