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Alberta's Provincial Electronic Health Record

Alberta Netcare, known as the provincial Electronic Health Record (EHR), is a secure and confidential electronic system.  It is accessible to health professionals and contains Albertans’ personal health information.

An Electronic Health Record (EHR) is a secure and confidential electronic system that collects and stores health information.  It is made up of many connected components, which together deliver health care providers key patient information at the point of care. Alberta Netcare is Alberta’s provincial EHR.  

An Electronic Health Record (EHR) is

Personal Health Record (PHR) is

An Electronic Medical Record (EMR) is

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How to Use this Website

  • Learn more about Alberta Netcare, and how it benefits you. Read the information in the “Information for Albertans” section of this website.
  • Are you a health professional? Learn more about using Alberta Netcare in the “For Health Professionals” section of this website.
  • Learn more about current and future projects that will enhance our provincial EHR, in the “Projects” section of this website.
  • Information on usage statistics, news, and information for researchers is available in the “More EHR” section of this website.


Programs and Services

For Albertans:

How your record is protected
Information about how patient records in Alberta Netcare are kept private and secure.   

How to request a copy of your Alberta Netcare record
There is no direct access for patients at this time, but Albertans have the option to request a copy of their record.

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