Health, Wellness, & Lifestyle Resources

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Finding Reliable Health Information Online

Medication Record – Knowledge is the Best Medicine

Heart Disease or Stroke Risk Assessment Tool

Canada’s Alcohol Guidelines

Personal Directive & Enduring Power of Attorney

Get the most out of your doctor or nurse practitioner appointments with these resources. Print them and take them with you to each appointment:

Currently there are no doctors or nurse practitioners within our PCN (that includes Leduc, Beaumont, Devon, Calmar, and Leduc County) that are accepting new patients – all our members have closed their practice to new patients as they have a panel load that is at or above capacity. We’ve had several doctors retire, move, or simply close their practice in the last couple of years, and very few new doctors have opened practices in the area during that same time. We know that the clinics that have space to house another physician are actively trying to recruit doctors into their practice.

Here are some options:

  • call the clinics in Leduc or area you prefer and ask if they have a waitlist
  • ask friends and family to ask their family doctor if they would be willing to take you on as a patient
  • please use the website to find a doctor in a location that would suit you

Here are the walk-in clinic options in Leduc and Beaumont, plus one of our member clinics in south Edmonton:

There currently are no walk-in or after-hours clinics Devon.

Free PCN patient education workshops:

Alberta Health Services: Alberta Healthy Living Program.