205-505 Queen St, Spruce Grove (780) 960-9533 Email


WestView PCN

Family physicians and health care professionals

providing the best care for our community


Accepting New Patients:

Dr. Anyanwu and Dr. Okafor

Tri Wellness MD Centre

Phone: (587) 853-0451


Book an Online Appointment at our Virtual

Care Clinic for daytime and after-hours 

Calendar & Bookings


Our Youth Mental Health Clinic accepts walk-ins 

for ages 11-25 on Fridays, 9 am-1 pm,

at the WVPCN


Learn More



Free, Online Health Classes: Heart Health,

Obesity Nutrition, Pain Management, Grief Support


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The Walk-In Clinic at Tri Wellness MD Centre

is open Monday to Friday mornings on a 

first-come-first-served basis.


Check Capacity & Address 


Physician Opportunities at Symphony Medical

Clinic, Spruce Pro Family Clinic, and ConnectCare

Medical Clinic for Full-Time and Part-Time


Openings Details & Why Join a PCN

NEW ADDRESS! Please note that our address has changed and we are now located at 205-505 Queen Street. If you tested positive for COVID-19, let your family doctor know. They will provide the support and help you need. Check our COVID-19 updates.

Welcome to Your Medical Home

At the WestView Primary Care Network, your family doctor works with a team of dedicated health professionals, including nurses, pharmacists, dietitians, psychologists, community connectors, and social workers, to provide you with the best health care at every stage of your life, and to create and maintain healthy and active communities. 

We serve Spruce Grove, Stony Plain, Parkland County and neighbouring Indigenous communities.

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About Us

The WestView Primary Care Network (WestView PCN or WVPCN) is a non-profit organization that brings local family doctors and health professionals together to provide the best health care for you and your family through medical homes in our communities.

Patient's Medical Home (PMH)

A medical home is your base in the health care system. It is where your family physician coordinates your health needs in collaboration with other care providers in your health neighbourhood, such as nurses, pharmacists and social workers.

Find a Family Doctor

Research shows that having a continuous relationship with a family physician and care team improves your health, reduces your visits to emergency rooms and helps you age healthier and live longer. Our website provides tools to help you find a family doctor within our network or in other locations in Alberta. 

Patient Education Classes

We offer free, virtual patient education classes to help you achieve your health and wellness goals. Classes offered by the WestView PCN, Edmonton Zone PCNs and AHS include Obesity Clinic Nutrition, Smoking Cessation, Heart Health, Diabetes Management, Eating the Mediterranean Way, Coping with Anger, Happiness Basics, Prenatal Health, Drop-In Exercise, and more!

Register for a class today!

Reducing the Impact of Financial Strain on Albertans


News & Articles

Pride Month: The PCN is a Welcoming Space

In recent years, there has been a growing recognition of the diverse identities within the LGBTQ+ community, including Two-Spirit, lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, and other identities. As a healthcare provider, the WestView Primary Care Network (WVPCN)’s commitment to inclusivity and respect for all individuals, helps us create welcoming spaces to meet the unique needs of every group we serve, including 2SLGBTQ+.



Mental Health Awareness Month

In today's fast-paced world, the concept of mental health has gained significant attention. From workplace stress to personal relationships, individuals are increasingly recognizing the importance of maintaining emotional well-being. However, despite growing awareness, there remains a stigma surrounding mental health issues. This stigma often prevents individuals from seeking help and support when needed. In this article, we delve into the intricacies of mental health, exploring the significance of holistic approaches in fostering a healthy mind.


Obesity Awareness

Obesity is a chronic, progressive and relapsing disease, characterized by the presence of abnormal or excess adiposity (body fat) that impairs health and social well-being.

Obesity is a leading cause of serious conditions such as diabetes, high blood pressure, heart disease, stroke, arthritis and cancer. Eating healthy, being physically active and limiting screen time can reduce one’s risk of obesity. Learn more about obesity and what services we have that can support you.