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Women's Heart Health Awareness

When we wear red on February 13, we raise awareness of women’s cardiovascular health and the long road ahead to address research disparities between women's and men’s heart disease and stroke.

Women experience heart disease differently and still suffer from inequality and inequity in relation to cardiovascular health. According to the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada (HSFC), “two-thirds of all heart disease and stroke clinical research has focused on men.”  

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Bell Let's Talk: Mental Health Support

On Bell Let’s Talk Day, we would like to remind you that our Primary Care Network offers free mental health services and resources for you.
 
This year, the new campaign is Let's change this! and it puts a sharp focus on key mental health challenges faced by Canadians and practical actions that we can all take throughout the year.
 
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New Year's Resolutions: Anxiety & Support

If you are struggling with feelings of anxiety about the new year, you are not alone. ‘New year, new you,’ has become the motif of the new year discourse all around us. We are encouraged to become improved versions of our last year’s selves—albeit, at the risk of harming the mental well-being of the ‘new us.’ No wonder, levels of anxiety and depression surge higher than usual for a lot of people at the beginning of the year.

 

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Influenza Immunization

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Community Health Navigator

The Community Health Navigator (CHN) position works with the Westview PCN targeted patients with chronic diseases (e.g. diabetes, kidney disease, heart disease, lung disease, etc.) to improve access to health care and other resources available in their community.  This role works with patients, communities, physicians, and the health care team to provide the best care possible. 

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Obesity Clinic Nutrition Classes

Did you know the WestView PCN offers free nutrition classes to help with obesity and healthy eating? Check out our Healthy Living Classes page for upcoming dates. 

 

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Our Virtual Care Clinic is the New Walk-In Clinic

Are you looking for a walk-in clinic in Spruce Grove or surrounding areas? Do you need to see a medical professional and your time or work conditions do not allow you to book during regular hours? Do you prefer to stay home or at your place of comfort during the visit? Our Virtual Care Clinic is the best alternative to the walk-in clinics in Spruce Grove.      

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Innovator of the Year Award

Congratulations to Dr. Datar on winning the Innovator of the Year Award!

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A letter to Albertans from CPSA Council (COVID-19)

An important letter to Albertans from The College of Physicians & Surgeons of Alberta regarding the COVID-19 pandemic. 

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Edmonton Zone Healthcare Planning (EZHCP)

Your input is needed for the Edmonton Zone Health Care Planning! 

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Homeless COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic

WestView PCN's homeless COVID-19 vaccine clinic collaboration in July 2021.

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WVPCN Wins the Winter Wellness Trophy

The Westview Primary Care Network (WVPCN) won the Winter Wellness Challenge trophy! Our PCN had the highest number of participants across Edmonton. 

 

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Still Here For You

The WestView Primary Care Network has the health and safety of our community and staff top of mind. We work hard to serve our patients while adhering to the current public health measures in Alberta during the recent surge of COVID-19 infections. Our family physicians and care team are still here for you to help you...

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Healthy Eating

Eating a healthy and balanced diet is one of the most important steps you can take to protect your health and achieve wellness goals. A healthy diet can help you control factors such as cholesterol and sugar levels, blood pressure, and weight. Of course, eating healthy should be coupled with an active lifestyle to achieve the best outcome.  

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Staying Active in Winter

Staying active during the winter months is essential to maintaining your health. Leading an active lifestyle will help protect your heart and blood circulation, boost your immune system, improve your mental wellness, help you sleep better, and make you happier and healthier. 

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