The Indigenous Health Program (IHP) delivers health services for First Nations, Métis and Inuit peoples in Alberta. The IHP works with Indigenous peoples, communities and other partners to provide services to Indigenous patients that honour their culture, beliefs and identities.
Our work is guided by five important areas:
We do this by connecting with Indigenous communities, leaders, decision-makers, and most importantly, our patients. In addition, we are guided by the advice of our Wisdom Council, a group of First Nations, Métis and Inuit Albertans who first came together in September 2012. Their goal is to help ensure that all Indigenous Albertans receive the best possible health care.
For more detailed information, contact the Indigenous Health Program in your zone:
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Any person that is First Nations (Status and Non-Status), Métis, or Inuit, and their families.
Programs and services are customized by Zone. Call your zone for more information, or email IndigenousHealthProgram@ahs.ca
Can self-refer or be referred by family or friends.