Maternal Newborn Child & Youth
Strategic Clinical Network

The Maternal Newborn Child & Youth Strategic Clinical Network strives to improve the health and well-being of individual Albertans and communities using expertise and insights into these interconnected areas of health.

What's New

Montana Frist Nation has been working with MNCY to establish a sustainable garden for pregnant women and their families. Watch the video.


Getting Involved

Ideas and input of all stakeholders, including patients and families, are welcome:

To learn more, or become more involved, contact

Network Members

Network Leadership

  • Allison Bichel
    Senior Provincial Director
  • Dr. David Johnson
    Senior Medical Director
  • Debbie Leitch
    Executive Director
  • Dr. Debbie McNeil
    Scientific Director
  • Dr. Seija Kromm
    Assistant Scientific Director
  • Stacey Nyl
  • Cyne Johnston
    Senior Consultant
  • Anita Lal
    Executive Assistant – Senior Provincial Director
  • Erika Helmerson
    Administrative Assistant, Senior Medical Officer
  • Christine Hall
    Administrative Support, Executive Director


To see who is involved check out our core membership list.


News, Bulletins


  • MNCY official launch - March 19, 2015

MNCY Bulletins




Projects, Priorities


Montana First Nation

Pregnancy Pathways


  • What we are working on
    • Labour & Birth Pathway
    • Paediatric Concussion Pathway
    • Children with Complex Care Needs Transition Pathway
    • Provincial Paediatric Orientation
  • Our goals
Related Resources

Related Projects

Pregnancy Forms

Research, Innovation

MNCY SCN Research

  • FiCare
  • MERCK for Mothers
    $1.3M pledged to improve maternal health in Edmonton, Maskwacis and Little Red River Cree Nation.

Funding Opportunities - Current & Past

Getting Involved