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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 ch​anges 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.​

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 ou​r partners. You will also see the MyHealth.Alberta Network banner at the top of our partners’ webpages.

New Alberta Pages

Visit our new Multidrug-Resistant Candida Auris page to learn more about this germ and how we can prevent the spread.

Learn about Group A Streptococcus and how to prevent spreading it: Childbirth: Group A Streptococcus Infections.

Have you or a family member been diagnosed with cirrhosis? This information will help you learn about what it is and what to watch for at home: Cirrhosis: Patient Care Instructions.

Check out our new STI Clinics: Services and common STI questions page to learn about STIs and STI clinics.

Are you or a loved one taking different medicines for different health problems? Read our new information about Medicine Check-ups for Older Adults to learn about the side effects of different types of medicine and why it helps to have a medicine check-up with your healthcare provider.

Check out our new Nicotine Replacement Mouth Spray page to learn more about how it works, how to use it, and other important information to help you get started.

Are you pregnant or have you just had a baby? See our updated content about Newborn Blood Spot Screening. It helps you know more about what to expect, what happens if your baby needs more testing, and what conditions are screened for in Alberta.

Learn about COVID-19 with our new information about how to care for yourself and manage your symptoms at home.

See our updated pages on handwashing and how to stop germs from spreading:

Visit our new health topic for patients admitted to ICU and their support networks. Intensive Care: A Guide for You and Your Family includes what to expect during admission and after, as well as useful resources.

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 t​​o find the facilities and services closest to you.

Other benefits are:

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

MyHealth Records

MyHealth Records​ is now available. MyHealth Records makes it possible for Albertans to manage their health by providing a secure and convenient place online to see select health records.

You can access MyHealth Records using a variety of devices such as smartphones, tablets, and computers to:

  • view medicines dispensed from community pharmacies
  • view most immunizations given in Alberta (You can also add immunizations you’ve had outside of the province.)
  • view the results of common lab tests completed within 18 months of the date you sign-up for MyHealth Records
  • record blood pressure and blood glucose levels
  • keep journals to track your mood, sleep, weight, and fitness goals
  • upload and track information from health devices, including supported blood pressure monitors, blood glucose meters, and fitness trackers like FitBit
  • print out reports and health records​ to share with healthcare providers

MyHealth Records is designed with the security of Albertans’ private health info​rmation as a top priority. Information will be protected using both server authentication and data encryption.​​​