Alberta Heartland Primary Care Network works with family physicians and their patients to treat and manage health conditions with a team of healthcare professionals in the communities of Fort Saskatchewan, Redwater, Lamont, Gibbons, and surrounding area.
We are focused on promoting physical and mental health and preventing disease and illness. We will help you achieve a healthy lifestyle – be active, eat right, reduce stress, quit smoking, and more.
How do I access services at Alberta Heartland Primary Care Network?
Alberta Heartland Primary Care Network does not require a referral from a family doctor to access our workshops, healthy living program, diabetes management, mental health support, nutrition support, exercise support, smoking cessation, women's health, etc. However, specialty clinics such as cardiac rehabilitation, chronic pain management, seniors, psychiatry, dermatology, and orthopedic do require a referral from your family doctors.
- Our Fort Saskatchewan office serves as home base for the PCN team where we offer educational classes and individual appointments.
- Our Lamont office is co-located with the family physicians to better serve the residents of Lamont County for our healthy living program and diabetes management.
- Our Resource In Clinic pilot program assists in patient panel identification and management to provide increased access to these family physicians and our multidisciplinary team for 3 of our 15 physician member clinics in Fort Saskatchewan and Redwater.
- Outreach services and classes are offered throughout our service area.
How do I schedule an appointment or register for a workshop?
By filling out the form below, the PCN will contact you directly to schedule an appointment or class. You can also call the Fort Saskatchewan office at 780.997.0046.
When does the PCN offer workshops?
If you would like to view our workshop descriptions and schedule, please click here.