This time of year can be tough. If you or a loved one is struggling or needs mental health support, it’s available.

Your family doctor can connect you with resources and PCN health team members to help.

Need a doctor? Search for one here:

If you need help now, call the Mental Health Help Line at




Symptoms for #COVID19 might be mild.

Whether it is COVID or not, stay home when sick – even if it’s a scratchy throat or sniffle.

Learn what to do if you think you have COVID by visiting our Alberta PCNs page:

Think you have #COVID19?

The Alberta College of Family Physicians, Alberta Medical Association and PCNs have created a guide to help.

It includes when to call your doctor, when to seek

emergency help and how to stay isolated.

Check it out:



Growing your baby: What to eat during pregnancy

Are you pregnant or trying to get pregnant?

Join a registered dietitian to learn about:
 Meal and snack ideas
 Nutrients you need in pregnancy
 Choosing a multivitamin supplement
 Tips for managing pregnancy discomforts
 Safe foods to eat during pregnancy

This class is FREE and includes food demo, recipes and handouts.

Upcoming workshops 2021 and 2022, all via Zoom:
• September 21st (2021) • December 7th (2021)
• October 19th (2021) • January 18th (2022)
• November 23rd (2021) • February 15th (2022)

Some dates are lunch hour and some are evening.

For more information and to register visit Eventbrite at: or scan your phone here:


Senior’s Health
Our Primary Care Network is currently working as part of a Provincial Initiative looking at improving seniors care in our communities. The Primary Health Care Integrated Geriatric Services Initiative started in June 2017.

Work is currently underway in Drumheller and Three Hills. The Drumheller team has created a patient flow map which identifies lines of communication between Physicians, Primary Care nurses and other health care team providers. They have also implemented team visits where you and your care partners will meet with your Family Physician and Primary Care Nurse to sit down together and create a plan of care. Here they will make any necessary referrals to other health care teams such as Home Care, Occupational Therapy or Physio Therapy.

We will also help connect you with available community resources. Our goal is to support you in living well at home.

For more information visit our Seniors Health Page.