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Registering for MyHealth.Alberta.ca account
Why should I register?

To be eligible for a MyHealth.Alberta.ca account you must be 18 years or older and have a MyAlberta Digital ID.

For more information on the registration process, please view our registration guide.
​Your MyHealth.Alberta.ca account allows you to access additional features if you choose to activate them.  The personal health record (PHR) feature allows you to set up your own personal health record. The Connect to Alberta Netcare feature allows you to see the personal health information contained in the Government of Alberta's electronic health record Netcare. Alberta Netcare has information (like your prescription history) that you can transfer into your personal health record.

Your personal health record (PHR) is a safe place to keep track of your health information. You control the information you store there, decide if you want to share it, and with whom. You can access your PHR from any computer connected to the Internet.

The PHR includes widgets that let you store information like your blood pressure, weight and height, heart rate, immunizations, medications, and much more.

This feature lets you connect to Alberta Netcare (the Government of Alberta's electronic health record) so you can transfer a copy of your prescription fill history into your personal health record. To ensure only you can access your private health information, this feature requires that you are identity verified.

More information is available in the Connect to Alberta Netcare guide​​.

To report an issue please call eHealth Support Services at:
eHealth Support Services can't answer questions about symptoms.
For a medical emergency, call 911 right away.
For 24/7 nurse advice and general health information, call Health Link at 811.