Alberta Netcare eReferral was developed by clinicians, for clinicians.

eReferral leverages existing information from Alberta Netcare (such as demographics, labs, and diagnostic imaging) into a referral form that can be saved as a draft, checked for completeness and tracked in real time as it is submitted, received, triaged and scheduled for an appointment.      


New specialties were added to Alberta Netcare eReferral Advice and Consult Requests on May 21, 2019.

Physicians and clinical support staff can now submit Consult Requests (i.e. requests for in-person specialist appointments) in the Calgary Zone to:

  • Internal Med - Pulmonary Medicine (IPM)
  • Internal Med - Sleep Medicine (FMC Sleep Centre)
  • Internal Med - Tuberculosis Services (Please search by reasons for referral or by facility (TB))

Child & Adolescent Psychiatry was also released on eReferral Advice Request (i.e. non-urgent questions answered by a specialist within five calendar days) and is available in the Calgary, Central (patients in Red Deer and south) and South AHS Zones.


As of May 14, 2019, the following specialties are no longer accepting eReferral Advice Requests:

  • Oncology – Breast Cancer (Province-wide)
  • Oncology – Lung Cancer (Province-wide)
  • Urology (Paeds) – Edmonton Zone

You will no longer be able to submit Advice Requests to these specialties.

Consult Requests are also no longer available at the following sites for Orthopaedic Surgery – Hip & Knee Joint Replacement:

  • Camrose MSK Clinic
  • Grande Prairie Orthopaedic Surgeons Clinic

Important note: These specialty clinics are still accepting referrals, but no longer through eReferral. Please contact these clinics directly to determine how to submit referrals.

For a list of specialties available for Advice and Consult Requests, click on the link below.


eReferral Advice Requests were enabled in October 2016 for Nephrology, September 2017 for Urology (Northern Alberta Urology Centre), December 2017 for Endocrinology, Gastroenterology, Obstetrics and Gynecology, Pulmonary Medicine and Spinal Neurosurgery and in February 2018 for AMH - Addiction Medicine - Opiate Agonist Therapy and General Internal Medicine.    


A variety of learning resources have been developed to support clinicians as they learn to use eReferral. Visit our Resources page for additional information.



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