As providers of health care services, it is our responsibility to plan for the future – to put services, resources and physical structures in place to ensure we meet the health care needs of Edmonton Zone residents and those referred to the Edmonton Zone for health care services.
To that end, Edmonton Zone is developing a comprehensive, long-term service and infrastructure plan – Edmonton Zone 2030 Plan – to determine the current and future health care needs for the Zone, now and into the year 2030.
The plan will ensure Edmonton Zone is efficiently allocating resources, utilizing existing space and expanding where necessary, while planning for future growth and technology.
So far, the 2030 Plan has involved more than 1,000 stakeholders, including frontline staff, physicians and partners.
The plan will be completed in two phases. The first phase, now complete, focused on two reports.
Once completed, the Edmonton Zone 2030 Plan will be the first long-term plan created for the Edmonton Zone since the creation of the current AHS Zone structure in 2011. The Edmonton Zone 2030 plan will also serve as a guide us as we embark on a similar planning process for all other zones.
Snapshot of the current condition and inventory of 18 facilities in the Edmonton Zone. More...
Recommendations for short-term strategies to the year 2015-16 to improve service delivery and relieve capacity pressures at the 18 facilities. More...