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New PT intake


Please download and complete the New Patient intake form (not prenatal) prior to your visit:

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New Prenatal Patient intake form: 

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Information on risk/safety of various products and medications in

pregnancy and breastfeeding:

Alberta Health Services Newborn Hearing Screening Program: 

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Alberta Health Services Newborn Congenital Heart Disease Screening Program: 

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The facts on pregnancy & childbirth from Canada's experts:


Cord Blood Banking information form:

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Nutrition for women in pregnancy:

If you are RH NEGATIVE:

A practical guide to pregnancy and being a parent:

South Health Campus Labor & Delivery Unit 76 Tour:

Alberta Health Services Childbirth & Parenting Education Information:

Nausea and vomiting in pregnancy:

GBS positive - what does it mean?

Prenatal First Trimester Screening:


Pregnancy and Breastfeeding Pocket Guide - Advice on medication and commonly used products:

COVID-19 Information for Expectant and New Parents:

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University of Calgary - Gestational Diabetes Assessment:

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Diabetes in Pregnancy:

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Free programs provided by the South Health Campus Wellness Centre (Online) - Spring/Summer 2022:

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Eczema Society of Canada:


Patients with Diabetes:

Family Med
Screening & Prevention


Alberta Screening & Prevention Program (ASaP)

Prevention In Hand

Alberta Health Cancer Screening
Getting screened for cancer regularly is the best way to find it early, before you have any symptoms and when treatment is likely to work best. Alberta currently has provincial screening programs for breast, cervical and colorectal cancer

Womens Health


Your trusted resource for sexual/reproductive health:

The facts on HPV from Canada's experts:


Planning to become pregnant – or not become pregnant – is a big decision for both men and women:

Hypo-active Sexual Desire Disorder:



Trustworthy information about Menopause and Osteoporosis:


Canadian Menopause Society:


North American Menopause Society (NAMS):


Menopause Society Statement on Bio-Identical Hormone Therapy:

Bone Health & Osteoporosis:

Osteoporosis Calgary:

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July 28/2023 - New York Times Menopause is Having a Moment


Menopause Foundation of Canada


Decision Tool to Discuss Menopausal Treatment Options



HEAL (Health Education and Learning) program through Alberta Health Services:

Information for parent's from Canadian Pediatricians:


Trusted answers from The Hospital for Sick Children:

Car Seat Education:

Starting Solids Foods: Around 6 months:


Feeding Guide: Starting Solid Foods:


Making Baby Food:

Feeding Toddlers and Children:


AHS - Eligibility for free fluoride (12-35 months of age)

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Oral Health Tips for Children 0-3:–3/oral-health-tips-for-children-aged-0-3.pdf

Oral Health Tips for Children 3-6:

Brushing your Child's Teeth:

Fluoride Toothpaste Tips for Kids:

Feeding Toddlers and Young Children:

Snacks for Children:

Healthy Snacking:

Mental Health


Know Your Addiction & Mental Health Options: 

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South Calgary PCN Summer 2019 Workshops: 

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Calgary Resource List: 

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Adult Addiction Services Calgary: 

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Behavioral Health


What Is the Primary Care Behavioural Health Service?
The Primary Care Behavioural Health Service can help you when your habits, behaviours, stress, worry, or emotional concerns are interfering with your daily life or overall health. A Social Worker or Registered Nurse trained in the Primary Care Behavioural Health (PCBH) model will work with you and your family doctor to evaluate the mind-body-behaviour
connection and provide brief, solution-focused interventions.

The services provided by the PCBH provider are simply another part of your overall health care and are not specialty mental health. You will be seen in your doctor’s office, and the PCBH provider does not provide traditional psychotherapy.
The PCBH provider has training in the behavioural management of health concerns. Together, the PCBH provider and your family doctor will consider the physical, behavioural, and emotional aspects of your health and work with you to determine a course of action that will work best for you.

Useful Patient Documents:

Patient Letter

Under 18 Consent form

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