Adult In Community Health Clinic
~ Through the Oliver Primary Care Network
In 2016, the EDSS and the Pediatric Medical Clinic formed a partnership with the Blatchford Field Medical Clinic through the Oliver Primary Care Network to provide services for the adult Down syndrome population. This In-Community general practitioners adult medical clinic provides a flawless transition for children from the pediatric clinic when they reach 20 years of age. We plan to to slowly expand this model to all quadrants of the city.
11511 Kingsway Ave NW
Edmonton, Alberta T5G 3E8
Phone: (780) 809-1495 Fax: (780) 809-1494
What is a Primary Care Network?
Primary Care Networks (PCNs) are a made-in-Alberta approach to improve access to, and better co-ordinate, primary care services (the first point of care most people seek when they have a health issue) for Albertans.
In a PCN, family doctors and teams of health professionals work collaboratively to increase Albertans’ access for care. These teams can include nurses, dieticians, social workers, mental health specialists, pharmacists and many more.
In the Edmonton area, there are currently nine Primary Care Networks (PCNs) each individual PCN has identified local health issues based on needs and has developed local solutions to better meet those needs.
If you are looking for a new family doctor you can visit or contact one of the nurses and ask for an appointment with either Dr. Dante Scanga, Dr. Renee Nason or Dr. Kerry Pawluski.
My Health Binder
We are very happy to provide you with this digital ‘Health Binder’, which outlines health parameters and provides forms for tracking doctor and dental visits, as well as other health information.