November is Family Violence Awareness and Prevention Month

This year, a considerable increase has been observed when it comes to family violence in Edmonton. This can affect anybody (women, men, children, seniors, LGBTQ2S, etc.). During the COVID-19 pandemic, the problem has grown to due to families spending more time at home, which can trigger conflict. Alberta ranks third highest in the country when […]


COVID-19 and Increasing Cases in the Community

Over the last several weeks there have been increasing numbers in activeCOVID-19 cases in the communities surrounding the PCN, with a number ofcommunities placed under a watch. To be under a COVID-19 watch meansthere is more than 50 active cases per 100,000 people. For our communities, Edmonton-Northgate is experiencing the worst of the local spike, […]


Phase 2 of Increasing In-Person Services at the PCN

Starting Monday, July 13, the Edmonton North PCN entered phase 2 of increasing on-site operations at both Northgate and Rundle Health Centre. In person appointments will be available for the following:  NorthgateClinical Services – Foot care, active living, social work, pharmacy and limited nutrition services.  Specialized Health Services – Women’s Health, Minor Surgery, Dermatology, Care of […]


Increasing On-site Services

Starting on Monday, June 29, the PCN will be increasing the in-person appointments and services available. We will be doing this in a phased approach, bringing back staff in small groups at a time. For the week of June 29 – July 10, foot care services and active living services will be available for in-person […]


PCN Support During COVID-19

Since mid-March, our way of life has drastically changed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. This has meant changes to how services are offered at the Edmonton North PCN. Especially now, your health is important to us and we are still here to support you and your well being. Appointments at both Northgate and Rundle are […]


Building Stronger Relationships (Romantic and Non-Romantic)

With Valentine’s Day right around the corner, we often find ourselves thinking more about the quality of the relationships in our lives. This may relate to romantic partners, family members, close friends and acquaintances, coworkers, or anybody else in our lives. While people’s desires for social connections may vary based on their unique preferences, humans […]


Making New Years Resolutions (and Keeping Them!)

Have you ever made a New Years resolution only to give up before the end of January? If so, you’re not alone. Resolutions often fail for a number of reasons: Our resolutions are too vague (“I will exercise more” doesn’t exactly provide clear conditions for success) Our resolutions are too ambitious (If you’re new to […]