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 emerging 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.
MHA Network Banner
The MyHealth.Alberta.ca Network showcases trusted, easy-to-understand health and wellness information from Alberta Health Services and its partners. Click on MyHealth.Alberta.ca Network banner at the top of any MyHealth.Alberta.ca page for a list of our
partners. You will also see the MyHealth.Alberta Network banner at the top of our partners’ webpages.
- Take a look at
Know Your Breasts to learn more about breast health, breast diseases, and breast cancer. This health topic provides information to help you find breast problems early, prevent
breast problems, and get support.
Use our new
Early Concussion Learning Module to learn more about concussions. This learning module gives you information about concussions to help you recover, manage your symptoms, and get back to your real
- Healthcare basics at your fingertips. Visit
Healthcare 101, to learn more about the healthcare system in Alberta and take an active role in your health.
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
Personal Health Record
We are working to make a personal health record feature available on MyHealth.Alberta.ca. With a personal health record (PHR), 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, immunizations, and some of your lab test results.
The public launch of the PHR has been delayed to ensure that all Albertans can easily access and use the PHR on a variety of devices, including smartphones and tablets. The Government of Alberta is also replacing its current PHR technology. Work to
implement the new technology is expected to be complete in December 2018.
When launched to the public, the PHR will provide Albertans with a secure place to access and store their personal health information. This will give Albertans a tool to be better informed and empowered to take an active role in the management of their