Covid-19 Vaccine Records Now Available

We can print your cards for you.

The Alberta government has created a helpful website that allows you to quickly obtain your COVID-19 Vaccination Record. This website is available at https://www.albertavaccinerecord.ca/#/.

If you need help navigating this website or require assistance printing it, call us at 403-845-3050 and we’ll be happy to help.

Did you know?

Our Nurse Navigator assists patients with referrals.

Our Nurse Navigator assists patients by coordinating referrals to specialists, specialty programs, and some community agencies as well as Diagnostic Testing (i.e.: MRIs, CT scans, ultrasounds and biopsies). After receiving the referral from the doctor, our nurse ensures all necessary pre-specialty service requirements have been completed and communicates all relevant information to the patient. The Nurse will track and follow up on any emergent care that is needed.

CT Scans, MRIs, Ultrasounds and other Diagnostic Tests

Non-urgent requisitions can take up to 4 weeks before reciving information about your appointment time. You will recieve your appointment information by mail, within 3-4 weeks.
If you have not recieved your appointment time and date within 4 weeks of your referral please call and we will instruct you further. If your requisition is of an urgent nature we will tracdk your requisition through to appointment. Your physician and radiologist decide what is urgent.

A pap test may save your life.

What is a pap test and why do I need one?

If you are a woman between the ages of 25 and 69, it is recommended that you have a pap test (also known as a pap smear) completed every three years. The purpose of a pap smear is to collect cells from your cervix, which is the lower end of your uterus. The cells collected in a pap smear can detect if you have cervical cancer or suspicious cells that indicate you may develop cervical cancer.

To learn more about pap tests, click here.