Know your options so you can get the care you need when you need it. The best place to start is with Health Link at 811 or your family doctor.
But, there are other options depending on what you need:
If you have a health concern or you’re not sure where to go for help, speak to a nurse on this free, round-the-clock, telephone advice and health information service, that can also connect you to care options: To contact Health Link 24/7: Dial 811
Your best option for on-going health needs, most family doctors are part of a Primary Care Network (health professionals working together to coordinate your healthcare). To find a family doctor: Dial 811
Urgent Care Centres
Extended hour access for unexpected, non-life-threatening health concerns, such as broken bones, pain, infections and cuts.
9-1-1 is for serious, life-threatening emergencies that require an ambulance, such as chest pain, serious bleeding or trouble breathing. If your condition is not life-threatening, you may be re-directed to Health Link at 811 for more appropriate care.
Our work takes place on historical and contemporary Indigenous lands, including the territories of Treaty 6, Treaty 7 & Treaty 8 and the homeland of the Métis Nation of Alberta and 8 Métis Settlements. We also acknowledge the many Indigenous communities that have been forged in urban centres across Alberta.