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The Wood Buffalo Primary Care Network is offering a list of evacuee resources on their website.
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PCNs are groups of doctors working with other health professionals to meet primary healthcare needs in their communities.
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Due to the flood in the Broadview Centre building that took place on December 17, the Sherwood Park and Strathcona County Primary Care Network will not be operating from this location at this time. For more information please call 780-410-8000.
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The PCN central office, After Hours and Low-Risk Maternity clinics are under one roof.
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It's that time of year! Protect yourself and your loved ones. Get a flu shot.
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The Wood Buffalo Primary Care Network is offering a list of evacuee resources on their website.
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PCNs are groups of doctors working with other health professionals to meet primary healthcare needs in their communities.
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Due to the flood in the Broadview Centre building that took place on December 17, the Sherwood Park and Strathcona County Primary Care Network will not be operating from this location at this time. For more information please call 780-410-8000.
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The PCN central office, After Hours and Low-Risk Maternity clinics are under one roof.
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It's that time of year! Protect yourself and your loved ones. Get a flu shot.
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The College and Association of Nurses in Alberta (CARNA) have awarded Wood Buffalo PCN Executive Director Lori Apostal the Nursing Excellence in Administration Award for 2017.
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Alberta's Primary Care Networks invite you to participate in the 4th annual Get Out, Get Active (GOGA) Challenge.
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The Multiple Sclerosis Society of Canada – Alberta and Northwest Territories Division recently announced Lakeland Primary Care Network is the recipient of their Professional Care Division Award.
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Getting trusted health advice 24/7 is as simple as dialing  Health Link's number – 811.
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The ages from 15 to 18 are an exciting time of life, however they can also be challenging for both teens and their parents. Learn more about how your teen develops and how you can help them during these years.
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Weight gain is an important part of pregnancy. Eating well and gaining the right amount of weight during pregnancy is not only good for you, but also good for your baby.
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Alzheimer’s disease is a fatal disease that eventually affects all aspects of a person’s life: how they think, feel, and act. Each person is affected differently.
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A stroke happens when blood stops flowing to any part of your brain, damaging brain cells. The effects of a stroke depend on the part of the brain that was damaged and the amount of damage done. Knowing how your brain works can help you understand your stroke.
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A balanced, nutritious diet during pregnancy is important to maintain your health and nourish your fetus. Talk to your doctor or a dietitian about your daily calorie needs because your needs depend on your height, weight, and activity level.
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As children grow and develop, the safety of the home needs to be continually checked. Learn more about how you can protect your children.
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The single best thing you can do to improve your health is to quit smoking. We can help.
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Know the facts about immunization so you can make informed decisions about your health and your children's health.
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Vaccines teach your immune system how to recognize and destroy germs if you are ever exposed to them. They protect you and your baby from certain infections. Learn about the benefits of vaccination for you and your baby before, during and after pregnancy.
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November is National Fall Prevention Month.Falls can be a serious risk to your health and safety. Learn some tips on how to avoid falls.
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There are many ways you can reduce your risk of cancer. Find out how today.
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Health Canada recognizes the important role healthy eating plays in promoting the health of children and youth. Numerous resources, including dietary guidance, research and reports and tools and resources, have been developed to support evidence-based policy and program development.
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Mental illness arises from a complex interaction of genetic, biological, personality and environmental factors. Mental illnesses affect people of all ages, education levels, income levels and cultures.
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Bow Valley PCN is partnering with the Town of Banff and Covenant Health to provide a great new fitness opportunity for seniors by way of the Big Red Ride.
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More than 200 people ran, walked, strolled and rolled the trails for the 2017 Muskeg Creek Trail Run, organized by the Aspen Primary Care Network.
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Are you at risk? Most cancers are the result of many risk factors, but sometimes breast cancer develops in women who don’t have any of the risk factors described
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