Due to COVID-19 all council meetings will be virtual/online by Zoom until further notice. If you have questions regarding Health Advisory Councils, contact email@example.com.
Health Advisory Councils provide a grassroots perspective and an understanding of their communities' health needs.
Council members are interested in listening to the people and committed to giving valuable feedback to AHS.
Twelve councils across Alberta represent many different experiences, cultures and ages, and provide critical feedback that informs decisions that affect how AHS delivers health services and cares for Albertans.
To learn more about other AHS Advisory Councils visit www.ahs.ca/advisorycouncils
Council members are volunteers and reside within their council geographic area. Members are recruited annually across Alberta, and membership lists can be found through the council menu on this page.To learn more about each council's role and achievements, view their brochure.
Meeting dates, agendas and minutes are posted under each of the council headings on this page. We encourage you to join us at a council meeting in your area. Complete and submit this form if you’d like to present at the meeting.
All councils develop:
Work Plans and Annual Reports are available through the council menu on this page. For earlier Annual Reports or Work Plans email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Located in central Alberta, representing municipalities like Red Deer, Drayton Valley, Rocky Mountain House, Coronation and Drumheller.
Located in the centre of the province, representing municipalities like Edmonton, St. Albert, Evansburg, and Morinville
Located east of the Alberta/Saskatchewan border in the centre of the province, representing municipalities like Cold Lake, Lac La Biche, Bonnyville and Athabasca.
Located in the centre of northern Alberta representing municipalities like Slave Lake, High Prairie, and Wabasca.
Located in the southwestern-most corner of the province, representing municipalities like Lethbridge, Pincher Creek, Fort Macleod and Cardston.
Located in the southeast corner of the province from Oyen in the north to Bassano in the west, continuing communities include Bassano, Oyen, Brooks, Redcliff, Medicine Hat, Bow Island, Seven Persons, Irvine and Foremost.
Located in the northwestern corner of the province representing municipalities like Grande Prairie, Valleyview, Fairview and Beaverlodge.
Located on the western edge of the province along the Rocky Mountains and includes municipalities like Calgary, Cochrane, Banff and High River.
Located along the western edge of the province, representing municipalities like Jasper, Whitecourt, Westlock and Edson.
Located in the northwestern-most corner of the province representing municipalities like High Level, Fort Vermilion and La Crete.
Located in the northeastern most corner of the province representing municipalities like Fort McMurray, Fort MacKay and Fort Chipewyan, Anzac, Janvier and Conklin.
Located in the east-central portion of the province, representing municipalities like Lloydminster, Wainwright, Vegreville, and Camrose.