Still Here For You

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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 the doctors office for a health concern, we were now seeing our doctors via video, or over the phone. Doctor’s offices quickly changed their practice to make it safe for you to come in, if need be. This meant installing barriers, requiring masks for both doctors and patients, physical distancing, wearing other PPE and frequent hand washing and sanitizing practices throughout the clinic.

This also saw some people not contact their family doctor with health concerns they previously would have. As we are now 10 months into the pandemic, we have seen the negative effects of people not seeing their family doctor when health concerns arise.

Your family doctor’s office has adapted to allow for appointments either virtually or over the phone. If you need to go into the office, their offices are safe.

Delaying care could cause bigger issues in the long run and your family doctor is still here for you!

It is also important to connect with your family doctor if you tested positive for COVID-19. They can give you advice and guidance on how to manage any symptoms you may have while isolating.

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How to Register for Classes?

Edmonton North PCN

This class is open for anyone to register for. No need for a referral from your family doctor.

 

Steps to register for a class:

  1. Find the class you would like to attend and call 780-473-7131.
  2. A few days before the class start date, you will receive an email with a link to the virtual group, along with an electronic copy of the class materials.
  3. You can also download the class materials from the class description, there is a link there.

If you are unable to attend, please be sure to give us a call at 780-473-7131 two business days prior so we can try to book someone else in your spot.

How to Register for Classes?

Edmonton Southside

This class is open for anyone to register for. No need for a referral from your family doctor.

 

Steps to register for a class:

  1. Find the class you would like to attend and call 780-395-2626.
  2. A few days before the class start date, you will receive an email with a link to the virtual group, along with an electronic copy of the class materials.
  3. You can also download the class materials from the class description, there is a link there.

Edmonton Southside workshops: www.edmontonsouthsidepcn.ca/workshops

If you are unable to attend, please be sure to give us a call at 780-395-2626 two business days prior so we can try to book someone else in your spot.

How to Register for Classes?

Leduc Beaumont Devon

Classes are open for anyone to register for. No need for a referral from your family doctor.

Steps to register for a class:

  1. Find the class you would like to attend and call 780-986-6624.
  2. A few days before the class start date, you will receive an email with a link to the virtual group, along with an electronic copy of the class materials.

Leduc Beaumont workshops:
lbdpcn.com/events

If you are unable to attend, please be sure to give us a call at 780-986-6624 two business days prior so we can try to book someone else in your spot.

How to Register for Classes?

Westview

Classes are open for anyone to register for. No need for a referral from your family doctor.

Steps to register for a class:

  1. Find the class you would like to attend and call 780-960-9533 Ext. 3
  2. A few days before the class start date, you will receive an email with a link to the virtual group, along with an electronic copy of the class materials.

Westview workshops:
www.westviewpcn.ca/classes

If you are unable to attend, please be sure to give us a call at 780-960-9533 Ext. 3 two business days prior so we can try to book someone else in your spot.

How to Register for Classes?

Sherwood Park Strathcona County

Classes are open for anyone to register for. No need for a referral from your family doctor.

Steps to register for a class:

  1. Find the class you would like to attend and call 780-410-8000
  2. A few days before the class start date, you will receive an email with a link to the virtual group, along with an electronic copy of the class materials.

Sherwood Park Strathcona County workshops:
www.sherwoodparkpcn.com/events-calendar

If you are unable to attend, please be sure to give us a call at 780-410-8000 two business days prior so we can try to book someone else in your spot.

How to Register for Classes?

Edmonton O-day'min

Classes are open for anyone to register for. No need for a referral from your family doctor.

Steps to register for a class:

  1. Find the class you would like to attend and call 780-453-3753 Ext. 142
  2. A few days before the class start date, you will receive an email with a link to the virtual group, along with an electronic copy of the class materials.

If you are unable to attend, please be sure to give us a call at 780-453-3757 Ext. 142 two business days prior so we can try to book someone else in your spot.

How to Register for Classes?

St. Albert Sturgeon

Classes are open for anyone to register for. No need for a referral from your family doctor.

Steps to register for a class:

  1. Find the class you would like to attend and call 780-419-2214
  2. A few days before the class start date, you will receive an email with a link to the virtual group, along with an electronic copy of the class materials.

St. Albert Sturgeon workshops:
www.saspcn.com/events

If you are unable to attend, please be sure to give us a call at 780-419-2214 two business days prior so we can try to book someone else in your spot.

How to Register for Classes?

Edmonton West

Classes are open for anyone to register for. No need for a referral from your family doctor.

Steps to register for a class:

  1. Find the class you would like to attend and call 780-443-7477
  2. A few days before the class start date, you will receive an email with a link to the virtual group, along with an electronic copy of the class materials.

If you are unable to attend, please be sure to give us a call at 780-443-7477 two business days prior so we can try to book someone else in your spot.

This class requires a referral!

This class requires a referral from a primary care provider who is a member of the Edmonton North Primary Care Network. 

Steps to get a referral:

  1. Book an appointment with your primary care provider
  2. Ask for a referral to this class
  3. Our staff will contact you once we receive your referral to book you into this class

If you are unable to attend, please be sure to give us a call at 780-473-7131 two business days prior so we can try to book someone else in your spot.