Provides routine immunizations to students in Grades 1, 6, and 9 in school.
Students in Grades 1, 6, and 9
Healthcare providers should consult the Alberta Referral Directory for service referral information.
Service is provided in the school setting or by appointment
Wheel chair access available.
Monday: 8:30 am - 4:30 pm.Tuesday: 8:30 am - 4:30 pm.Wednesday: 8:30 am - 4:30 pm.Thursday: 8:30 am - 4:30 pm.
Occasional Friday's from 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM.
29 Freeman Drive
Swan Hills Alberta
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The focus of intervention is short term recovery. Clinicians help clients generate achievable goals for stabilization and change. Parental involvement is expected for children / youth unless a client is assessed as a mature minor. Services are available for children, youth, adults and older adults with addiction and / or mental health concerns. Clinicians work with individuals and families to identify goals of treatment as they relate to their moderate to severe addiction and / or mental health concerns. Addiction Services (clients with alcohol, tobacco, gambling, and / or other drug concerns) may include:
Mental Health Services may include:
Services may vary by location. Please call for more information or refer to the Routine Referral Process and Additional Service Details sections on the site specific page on the Alberta Referral Directory.
Due to COVID-19, service times may vary. Call to confirm.
This Government of Alberta funded program assesses people for funding for benefits like wheelchairs, walkers, bathing equipment, wound supplies, and compression stockings.
Referrals are on a first-come, first-served basis.
If eligible, AADL is a cost-share program. Clients pay 25% of the cost up to maximum of $500 per family per benefit year (July 1 to June 30).
Low-income families can apply for cost exemption. Clients are 100% responsible for any upgrades.
Provides day procedures which include:
Also provides access to these clinics:
Call a healthcare centre in your area for more information.
There may be a fee depending on the type of service (e.g., charge for a new cast).
A range of supports are provided to persons living with severe and persistent mental illness while they are living in the community and whenever possible, while they are an inpatient.
A qualified team of health professionals offer:
Services are individualized, focused on recovery, and based on the principles of Psychosocial Rehabilitation (PSR) to assist with various areas of community living.
Individuals can be referred by:
Although someone else may refer individuals, participation is voluntary and individuals have the right to refuse service.
For people ages 18 or older but referring doctors can call if they have someone younger than 18 with early psychosis.
An estimated wait time will be provided at the time of appointment booking.
Provides education to cyclists, school staff, recreation staff, parents, and community volunteers about why bicycle helmets are mandatory equipment for all cyclists under the age of 18 in Alberta and how to wear a helmet properly. More information and resources about bicycle and wheeled safety are available here.
Free service that supports breastfeeding mothers and mothers with breastfeeding issues due to:
Fees may apply for breast pumps
Offered twice a year, usually in the spring and fall. Call your local Public Heatlh Centre for more information.
If you need assistance with your child safety seat, please refer to the child safety seat owner’s manual and the appropriate YES Test available at Health Link.
For more information on rear facing / forward facing car seats, booster seats and Transport Canada public notices on child restraint systems (recalls), visit our website.
Occasional Friday's from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Services include immunization and public health nursing.
Depending on what service is being accessed.
The program provides navigation, education,support and information for families of children from birth to 5 years in many settings and locations; clinic, family's home (if needed), playgroups, and in the community.
Works with families concerned with their child's development and/or children at risk for developmental delays (premature birth, prenatal exposure to drugs or alcohol, diagnosed disability).
Once the referral is received, a letter is sent to the family telling them how long the wait will be. The wait list is reviewed every week. Priorities are decided by client needs. Families are encouraged to contact the Early Intervention Program if they need immediate help.
If you have an emergency, call 911.
Emergency Department wait times are now available for Calgary, Edmonton, Lethbridge, Medicine Hat and Red Deer.
Get the right care when you need it, to learn more visit Know Your Options
This service may be impacted by the COVID pandemic. View the Hours of Operations to see if the location has been impacted. Visit https://ahs.ca/covid for up-to-date information.
We can’t predict how long you will need to wait in the emergency department. Patients are assessed (triaged) using a standard scoring system called the Canadian Triage and Acuity Scale (CTAS) to see how urgent their health needs are.
Provides short-term loans of medical equipment for people who are recovering from surgery or need palliative care so they can live in their own homes. Equipment loans include:
A security deposit may be required.
Children only need to have a few teeth to start getting fluoride. Applications are given 4 times, once every 6 months. For eligibility information visit our website.
At the appointment:
If the child has asthma, bring his or her asthma reliever medicine to the appointment.This provincial prevention service is available in all AHS (Alberta Health Services) zones.
Low German interpretation is available in South and Central Zones.
See eligibility information details
Offers care and treatment for health problems such as:
Contact healthcare centre for more information.
On-call service available 24-hours per day, 7-days per week.
General Radiography uses x-rays to produce images of the structures inside the body, particularly bones. X-ray beams can pass through the body, but they are absorbed in different amounts depending on the density of the material they pass through.
In accordance with Alberta's Health Information Act, this is a service which enables the release of individually identifiable health information with or without the consent of an individual.
For detailed instructions, frequently asked questions and forms, please visit Access & Disclosure | Alberta Health Services.
A basic fee of $25.00 is applied to all requests which includes up to 20 pages depending on record format i.e. paper, electronic or microfilm record. Each additional page costs from .25 to .50 cents per page. Additional costs may apply. Fees are applied in accordance with the Health Information Act.
If you are unable to pay the fee, please submit evidence of financial hardship.
Completes patient charts, collects data, data entry and coding, collects patient information, dictates notes, and transcribes inpatient and outpatient charts.
There is a fee for copies of health records.
Provides community presentations on health promotion topics including:
Teaches individuals, organizations and communities about making healthy lifestyle choices by:
The Continuing Care Access team has a 24/7 voicemail option
and operates the following hours:
Monday to Friday 8:15 am to 8:00 pm,
Saturday, Sunday and Statutory Holidays 8:15 am to 4:30 pm.
Home Care helps people who live at home and need support such as:
A case manager, who is usually a nurse, will meet with the clients and help decide what services will best support them.
Most services are covered for people with Alberta Health Care Insurance coverage, but there may be charges for services not covered by Alberta Health Care Insurance. Out of province clients looking for home care services in Alberta should inquire on any potential charges prior to obtaining services.
To access contact information and a list of services offered, select a hospital.
Search through a complete list of progams and services, or hospital and facility information with the following:
Each year, Alberta Health Services, Public Health reviews immunization records for students in grades 1, 6, and 9 to see what immunizations each student needs. A consent form is then sent home with an information sheet for each vaccine recommended for the student. No immunizations will be given in school without consent from a parent or legal guardian. Immunizations in this program include:
Outpatient Collection site hours of operation:
Monday to Friday: 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Closed Saturdays, Sundays and Statutory holidays
Testing Laboratory hours of operation:
Monday to Friday: 8:30 AM to 4:45 PM
For information on service restrictions or to book an appointment, visit APL Appointments & Booking.
Laboratory Services provides collection of blood and body fluids for tests ordered by your doctor or healthcare provider including a comprehensive range of routine and specialized lab testing and clinical consultations:
Note: Some locations may not offer the full range of testing. To confirm availability of a specific test, contact the location.
Cleans acute and continuing care facilities according to standards set by Alberta Health and Wellness and Alberta Health Services (AHS) infection control.
Personal laundry fees in effect for long term care clients.
12:00 PM (noon) to 1:00 PM.
Closed Fridays and statutory holidays.
Offers information, workshops and training on preventing and/or coping with:
Mental health promotion facilitators work with schools and various community agencies to strengthen resiliency amongst the population.
Some services are offered directly by Alberta Health Services staff, agencies funded by Alberta Health Services or community partners
This service is available to all ages.
Depends upon nature of request
There is a fee for Mental Health First Aid, suicide intervention training and other like courses. Information and workshops are at no cost.
Call for information; availability of dietitian appointments vary.
The majority of teaching is one-to-one, however, group sessions may be offered to promote enhanced learning of clients. Nutrition information and resources can be found on Alberta health Services’ Healthy Eating Starts Here and at MyHealth.Alberta.ca
Offers learning sessions for people who have received tickets for not using a car seat correctly. In the 1-hour session, people:
This service is called Option 4 because it gives people a fourth option for dealing with their ticket.
Have been issued a ticket for incorrect use or non-use of a carseat.
The Option 4 education session is offered 3 to 4 times a year.
This program offers:
Patient Food Services overarching objectives are to:
PFS delivers more than 31,000 patient/resident meals each day within AHS facilities.
Collaborates and interacts with healthcare service providers to provide clinical services and medications to patients in hospital and long-term care facilities.
a doctor's prescription is needed.
Supports women and families experiencing postpartum depression (PPD).
Provides healthcare in schools.
Students in school.
Effective June 25, 2020, North Zone Sexual & Reproductive Health Clinics are only seeing clients in clinic, for the following concerns:
Please phone the clinic before coming in.
If in the past 14 days, you have:
IF YES to any of the above, DO NOT come to clinic. Go to ahs.ca/covid19 and complete the self-assessment. Anyone who has symptoms, including cough, runny nose, fever or sore throat, must self-isolate for 14 days. Please do not visit a hospital, doctor's office, lab or health care facility without consulting Health Link (811).
All teens, young adults and clients with barriers to accessing service (e.g., no Alberta Health Care, low income, or English is not first language)
Services may include:
A doctor or other healthcare provider must send in a referral.
These services include:
Community Health Services staff, local RCMP and the Office of traffic Safety work together to improve the wear rates of seat belts and child safety seats.
Closed on Friday.
Offers free tuberculosis (TB) skin testing to eligible Albertans. The Mantoux skin test is not recommended to diagnose TB.
Testing is done at public health centres throughout the province:
If you are not eligible for free testing but still need to be tested there will be a charge for the test.
For travel or work related TB testing contact the Travel Health Services in your area. With the exception of Edmonton, you would contact the Immunization Business Unit to have school or work-related TB skin testing done.
Wait times vary.
There is a charge for anyone not meeting the eligibility criteria.
Provides immunizations for babies and young children.
Services include information about:
New mothers are also offered postpartum depression screening.
For more information please visitImmunize Alberta.