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Albertans and its doctors need a fair deal. One they can trust.
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Did you know Alberta doctors' investment in our health care is significant. Doctors provide almost all of the community health infrastructure in the province through our billings.
Doctors’ fees pay for thousands of jobs in the health care field and pay for the facilities where millions of patient visits occur every year.
When disclosing physician pay, context matters. You can learn more about physician pay in our Context Matters: The Facts about Physician Compensation in Alberta document:https://www.albertadoctors.org/News%20pdfs/context-matters-facts-phys-compensation-.pdf
"The AMA has asked this government repeatedly to come back to the negotiating table. They have requested an independent binding arbitrator to settle this dispute, but the UCP steadfastly refuse. Why do you suppose this is? An unbiased perspective would not support their position, and that is why they continue to publish their inaccurate facts while turning their backs on attempts to move forward with negotiations."
cochranetimes.com With respect to the health of Cochranites and Albertans, who are you to believe? A politician towing the party-line, or the committed and caring physicians who live and work in Cochrane?For months …
Evening walk-in hours have resumed.
We are open until 9 PM
cma.ca Are you concerned about Alberta’s doctors? We are. This year has been difficult for Albertans. History tells us that the best way to get through difficult times is by doing it together. This is especially so when difficult times include a pandemic.
edmontonjournal.com Breadcrumb Trail LinksColumnistsOpinion: Alberta doctors may need help from patients as relations sour with provinceAuthor of the article:Christine MolnarPublishing date:Jul 28, 2020 • • 3 minute readAlberta Health Minister Tyler Shandro. / PostmediaArticle SidebarShareCloseShare this Story: Opi...
Alberta's doctors have been without a contract since February and the government has refused to re-open negotiations. A pandemic is a terrible time to destabilize the health care system; we need to get #backtothetable, Minister.
[06/30/20] Summer hours in effect from June 29-Sept 8, 2020. Clinic closes at 5 pm daily.
Masks are available for purchase from our reception desk. Single-use medical masks are $2 and reusable cloth masks are $10.
As of May 25, 2020 the Government of Alberta is no longer providing masks and other PPE to community physician's offices at no cost. This means we are now coping with limited supplies. Please bring your own mask, or other face covering, when coming in to the clinic.
Please wear your own mask or face covering when coming in to the clinic. We have limited supplies available for purchase.
Happy Family Doctor Day on May 19th
Dr. Deena Hinshaw, chief medical officer of health, provides step-by-step instructions for putting on, wearing, taking off and disposing of a non-medical mask.
PatientsFirst.ca Tell your MLA to put Patients First®
This will be critical to successful relaunch in Alberta. Even if your symptoms are mild, if there is any chance you might be contagious you must self-isolate for at least 10 days!
Spread this advice. If you’re feeling sick and have a cough, fever, runny nose, sore throat, shortness of breath, stay home until you’re feeling better and at least 10 days have passed since your symptoms showed up.
Get more doctor-prescribed tips to #StayHealthyAB at: http://stayhealthyAB.ca
SCMC's nurses have been amazing during a very challenging few months; we are so proud of the team we have and applaud our nurses, medical office assistants and reception staff for all their hard work and their indefatigable spirits, making SCMC such a great place to work and a welcoming place for patients to continue to come to.
To all nurses: We can't thank you enough for all that you do, especially during this critical time.
As our province faces the worst public health crisis in decades, the Provincial Government would rather play petty politics than negotiate a fair deal with Alberta’s doctors.
Tell the government it’s time to get back to the negotiating table.
Inform yourselves on the issues regarding AB doctors' contract here!
Use the link to easily email your MLA and show your support for getting the government back to the negotiating table. The stability of your health care system depends on it.
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Your doctor is here for you—always.
COVID-19 has not stopped the care your doctor provides so please do not put your health on hold.
If you need help, your family doctor will not let you down. This is about whatever ails you, not just COVID-19.
Learn more: http://stayhealthyAB.ca
Alberta Medical Association
Share the Care. Alberta doctors and health providers are here for you. Not just for COVID-19, but for everything. If you’re unwell, your doctor can see you by phone, virtual options or in person. They’re on the job, and they have a job for you: stay healthy.
Today we’re launching the #StayHealthyAB public education campaign, highlighting healthy advice from Alberta's doctors and health care providers.
We invite Albertans to check out Alberta doctor-prescribed tips on staying healthy and join the #StayHealthyAB Challenge by adding stickers and frames to your social media posts and sharing your own versions of our doctor videos.
Learn more: http://stayhealthyAB.ca
Call us to call you! If you need a doctor during the Covid-19 pandemic, but are self-isolating or would prefer to stay home, any of our physicians would be happy to consult with you by phone. You may request a call from your own family physician or the physicians on walk-in duty are available by phone for any patients in the Calgary area. Call us or book online at www.skipthewaitingroom.com
skipthewaitingroom.com No one likes being stuck in a doctor's waiting room. Stay at home. Stay at work. Leave when it's time for your appointment.
The SCMC doctors strongly believe our patients are best served by their own family physicians who know them best. If you have a medical concern but aren't sure about coming in to the clinic, please call and ask us to connect with you by phone, email or other telemedicine options. We are here for you and we will get through this!
[03/20/20] Walk-in is open to ALL patients. We have processes in place so that everyone can be safely assessed. Not sure if you should come in? Call us at 403-254-4000 from your vehicle when you arrive and the walk-in doctor will talk to you on your cel phone first!
Folks, this is actually happening. We can't stress enough you NEED to tell us if you have travelled or are feeling unwell. We will still see you, we just need to be prepared!
globalnews.ca Several doctors in Edmonton are speaking up about patients who are putting others at risk by not being honest about their potential COVID-19 symptoms or travel history.
Aren't sure if you need Covid-19 testing? Take the self-assessment:
myhealth.alberta.ca To protect yourself while out in public, wash your hands frequently, and maintain a distance of about 2 metres from others.
9:00 PM Sunday March 15, 2020:
Your doctors hard at work in a 4 hour meeting, planning to keep all of our patients safe and cared for during the Covid-19 pandemic!
#ABdocs4patients #ABdocs4nurses #ABdocs4teachers
[03/16/20] Walk-in clinic will be piloting a phone check-in system starting March 16, 2020. Please call the number posted on the gates when you arrive to check-in to walk-in. You may wait in your vehicle until we are ready to see you.
[03/16/20] If you are feeling unwell or are in self-isolation and need your doctor, you may call us to arrange a phone consultation.
[03/16/20] SCMC is open, regular hours!
Alberta's Chief Medical Officer advises ALL returning travellers from anywhere outside of Canada self-isolate for 14 days following their return.
If you have an appointment, or need to see your doctor during this time, please call to reschedule or request a telephone appointment with your doctor.
[03/09/20] At this time SCMC is not authorized to perform COVID-19 testing. Please stay home and call 811 if you think you need to be tested.
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