Edmonton Community Health Hub North

The Edmonton North Primary Care Network (PCN) and Alberta Health Services (AHS) will open a new healthcare building in Edmonton in the later part of 2022. Located in the former Canadian Tire store on Fort Road, the building will support the PCN team from our current Northgate location, as well as AHS’ Edmonton Zone addiction […]


Looking for a Medical Director and New Board Members

If you are a member physician of the Edmonton North PCN, there are two opportunities for you to be involved in leadership positions with the organization. The first is by joining the Board of Directors and the second is a new position for our PCN, Medical Director. Please read more about the positions available below. […]


Masking Still Required at the PCN

As of March 1, 2022, the provincial mask mandate in Alberta has ended. The City of Edmonton has decided to keep their mask mandate in place. As a healthcare facility (both locations at Northgate and Rundle Health Centre), the Edmonton North PCN’s priority is ensuring the safety of both patients and staff who are at […]


COVID-19 Measures at the PCN as of July 1

As of July 1, most of the provincial health restrictions we saw in place will be lifted. As a healthcare organization, and to ensure the health and safety of patients and staff, we will continue with a number of the COVID-19 protocols we have had in place over the last year at both PCN locations […]


Helping Long Haul COVID-19 Patients Manage Long Term Side Effects

May 10, 2021 (Edmonton, AB) – Throughout the last year, it became evident that testing positive for COVID-19 was causing long-term complications for some patients. As this is a new illness and the effects of this disease are continually being discovered, there was no clear path to help those with long-term symptoms. The Edmonton North […]


Still Here For You

Since the COVID-19 pandemic began, it created so much change in everyone’s lives. How we work, how we go to school, how we interact with one another and how we receive healthcare are just some of the things that have changed. Your doctor also changed how appointments are done. When you would have gone into […]


Virtual Care at the PCN

When COVID-19 numbers began to rise back in November, the province announced additional restrictions, including those who could work from home, should do so. With this announcement, a number of PCN services shifted to virtual, meaning appointments were being held over the phone or video conferencing. Some appointments are not able to be done virtually, […]