Health services in Alberta

Health services include drug coverage, continuing care, AADL, PPC, and more. Below are links to specific service information.

Drug Coverage and Services

Continuing Care

Alberta Aids to Daily Living

Primary Health Care

Protection for Persons in Care

Alberta Blood Office

Health Benefits and Services

Syrian Refugees 

Health delivery and promotion in Alberta

Alberta Health is the provincial government ministry responsible for setting, monitoring and enforcing provincial health policy and standards; some health and seniors programs; and managing health capital planning, procurement and outcome measures.

Alberta Health Services is the provincial health authority responsible for overseeing the planning and delivery of health supports and services to 4 million adults and children living in Alberta.

Health services are delivered through health professionals in fee-for-service practice and others who provide equipment, supplies and services. Some public health services may also be provided by private health care clinics.

The Health Quality Council of Alberta (HQCA) is an independent organization legislated under the Health Quality Council of Alberta Act. The HQCA’s mandate is to promote and improve health service quality and patient safety on a provincewide basis and to provide Albertans with an independent assessment of the quality, safety and performance of the province’s health system.