Join the health & wellness conversation with AHS

Our commitment:

AHS will engage and involve Albertans in their health and healthcare system by identifying opportunities to bring their voice to key decision makers where they can inform, advise, and influence planning that impacts healthcare services.

Engagement and communication channels:

Together4Health

By registering on Together4Health you will:

  • Join an online community of healthcare providers, community partners, patients and the general public.
  • Identify topics and areas of interest so you can be notified of relevant projects or initiatives open for consultation.
  • Stay informed as projects you are interested in progress.

Together4Health Headlines

Together4Health Headlines is a weekly e-newsletter where important public health information, engagement opportunities and other updates are shared with Albertans.

  • If you would like to subscribe or know anyone in your community who would be interested in receiving this weekly e-newsletter please email Community.Engagement@ahs.ca.

Stakeholder registry

Share your contact information with us and we will notify you of public consultations, such as focus groups, workshops, and information sessions, happening in your areas of interest, or where you live.

You can update your information and change your communication preferences at any time by emailing Community.Engagement@ahs.ca.

AHS Advisory Councils

Attend an Advisory Council meeting, or apply to become a member.

  • AHS has 12 Health Advisory Councils that bring community-based input into AHS planning and services.
  • AHS has four Provincial Advisory Councils, Albertans with lived experience who advise AHS on healthcare planning and evaluation.
  • AHS also has a Wisdom Council that provides guidance to ensure AHS develops and implements culturally appropriate and safe health programs for Indigenous Peoples. Their work goes beyond programming for Indigenous Peoples; they look at many AHS initiatives through an Indigenous worldview and they work to ensure equitable frameworks are in place at AHS.

Visit the Advisory Councils online or email Community.Engagement@ahs.ca to find out more information about council meetings in your area.

Patient and Family Advisors

  • Alberta Health Services engages with and respectfully listens to patients and families.
  • You can learn more about what it means to be an advisor and how to get started, here.

Our commitment:

AHS will engage and involve Albertans in their health and healthcare system by identifying opportunities to bring their voice to key decision makers where they can inform, advise, and influence planning that impacts healthcare services.

Engagement and communication channels:

Together4Health

By registering on Together4Health you will:

  • Join an online community of healthcare providers, community partners, patients and the general public.
  • Identify topics and areas of interest so you can be notified of relevant projects or initiatives open for consultation.
  • Stay informed as projects you are interested in progress.

Together4Health Headlines

Together4Health Headlines is a weekly e-newsletter where important public health information, engagement opportunities and other updates are shared with Albertans.

  • If you would like to subscribe or know anyone in your community who would be interested in receiving this weekly e-newsletter please email Community.Engagement@ahs.ca.

Stakeholder registry

Share your contact information with us and we will notify you of public consultations, such as focus groups, workshops, and information sessions, happening in your areas of interest, or where you live.

You can update your information and change your communication preferences at any time by emailing Community.Engagement@ahs.ca.

AHS Advisory Councils

Attend an Advisory Council meeting, or apply to become a member.

  • AHS has 12 Health Advisory Councils that bring community-based input into AHS planning and services.
  • AHS has four Provincial Advisory Councils, Albertans with lived experience who advise AHS on healthcare planning and evaluation.
  • AHS also has a Wisdom Council that provides guidance to ensure AHS develops and implements culturally appropriate and safe health programs for Indigenous Peoples. Their work goes beyond programming for Indigenous Peoples; they look at many AHS initiatives through an Indigenous worldview and they work to ensure equitable frameworks are in place at AHS.

Visit the Advisory Councils online or email Community.Engagement@ahs.ca to find out more information about council meetings in your area.

Patient and Family Advisors

  • Alberta Health Services engages with and respectfully listens to patients and families.
  • You can learn more about what it means to be an advisor and how to get started, here.