University Of Calgary Postgraduate Medicine

Urban Teaching Sites


In the Urban Program, incoming Residents are matched to a single Home Clinic. Residents practice at their Home Clinic 2 days per week throughout all FM-based rotations across 2 years.
 
 
 
 
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Northwest Division

  • Bowmont Medical Clinic Open or Close

    Northwest Division

    Bowmont Medical Clinic
    6535 Bowness Road NW

    Calgary AB T3B 0E8

    Bowmont Medical Clinic website

    Overview

    The Bowmont Medical Clinic is led by a group of dynamic and enthusiastic family physicians and staff. The group provides comprehensive care from newborns to geriatrics. All Bowmont physicians are members of the Calgary Foothills Primary Care Network.

    The Bowmont Family

    • Family Physicians
    • Receptionists, RNS, LPNs.
    • Health Care Nurse, Pharmacist, Behavioural Health Consultant, Dietician, Asthma Educator.
    • Shared Mental Health Care Psychiatrist, Psychologist, Medical Social Worker.

    Specific Features:

    • Large volume of prenatal patients as 5 physicians are members of the Northwest Maternity Group that does deliveries at Foothills Medical Centre.
    • Large volume of pediatrics
    • Procedures: biopsies, excisions, IUD insertions and nail removals.
    • On site EKG and spirometry.
    • Boardroom for hosting weekly CME events.

    Resident Life:

     Bowmont is a great fit for Residents who are eager to experience a busy community-based family practice. Teaching emphasis is case-based. You will get to see lots of patients and will review each patient with your preceptor. Residents are given a high degree of responsibility and are expected to get to know their patients and advocate on their behalf. Strong self-directed learnersthrive at Bowmont. Preceptors and Residents enjoy very collegial and friendly relationships. Working hard and having fun is the way of life at Bowmont. And…we have shower facilities to promote active lifestyle of cycling or running to work.

  • Central Teaching Clinic Open or Close

    Northwest Division

    Central Teaching Clinic
    Sheldon M. Chumir Health Center
    1213 - 4 Street SW, Calgary AB T2R 0X7

    Overview

    • Central Teaching Clinic (CTC) is located on the 8th floor of the Sheldon M. Chumir Health Centre (SMCHC), which is just south of Calgary's downtown area. SMCHC is a large health centre with many outpatient services such as Urgent Care, Wound Clinic, Sexual and Reproductive Health, STI Clinic, Communicable Disease, Public Health, Mental Health and Elbow River Healing Lodge.
    • The clinic itself is bright and modern, with a convivial atmosphere.
    • CTC is one of three Academic Family Medicine teaching centres in Calgary and is involved in teaching over 100 learners every year.
    • CTC is also home to the administrative offices of the Postgraduate Residency Program, the Academic Department of Family Medicine and the Clinical Department of Family Medicine.

    Clinic Structure and Services

    • There are currently over 20 physicians working and teaching at CTC. Core teaching is done on site by family medicine preceptors.
    • Team members provide patient care out of 4 modules designed around teaming rooms and exam rooms.
    • Routine appointments, prenatal care, pediatrics visits, chronic disease visits, Periodic Health Examinations, procedures, counseling and same day/emergency appointments are offered.
    • On average, there are 2 to 3 learners per clinic.
    • The clinic supports a team approach to patient care, with social work, a behavioural health consultant, licensed practice nurses (LPN's), chronic disease nurses, pharmacist and other allied health team members on site. Psychiatry and geriatric consults are also available.
    • Learning resources are located in the 2 procedure rooms, 2 medication rooms and library.
    • CTC also has on site spirometry, EKG machine, a negative pressure room and 2 procedure rooms.
    • Laboratory services and diagnostic imaging are available in the building.
    • Dress code is modest business casual.

    Patient Population

    CTC patients come from across the city and are diverse with respect to age, health status and socioeconomic status. The clinic practices offer a mix of women's and men's health, children's health, and care of the elderly.

    The clinic belongs to the Calgary Foothills Primary Care Network (CFPCN) and serves the northwest population of Calgary.

  • Crowfoot Village Family Practice Open or Close

     

    Northwest Division

    Crowfoot Village Family Practice
    Suite 210, 600 Crowfoot Crescent NW

    Calgary AB T3G 0B4

    Crowfoot Village Family Practice website

    Residents well suited to our clinic are:

    • team players; they are invited and genuinely come to feel like they are part of the CVFP team
    • open to learning primarily through high volume practice and bedside teaching
    • interested in learning about a unique and effective practice funding model that benefits patients
    • open to learning about how to work with a multidisciplinary health care team
    • creative thinkers who can bring and test innovative ideas for practice improvement
    • those who resonate with our corporate values of Integrity, Caring, Effectiveness, Innovation and Community.

    Overview

    Crowfoot Village Family Practice (CVFP) is a progressive and innovative group that uses a comprehensive care model to deliver primary health care in northwest Calgary. The staff of fifteen family physicians, fourteen nurses, and numerous support staff care for newborn to geriatric patients. The Clinic team also includes a health management nurse, pharmacist, CDE certified diabetes nurse educator, a respiratory educator, dietician, behavioral health consultant and complex care nurse.

    Crowfoot is unique in that it is not run on a fee-for-service model; rather it is run on the alternate relationship plan (ARP). The patients are rostered and the practice receives a monthly fee from Alberta Health and Wellness to provide all primary health care services. This innovative model encourages preventative medicine, continuity of care, as well as the freedom to spend more time with patients

    Patient Population and Learning Experience

    Residents will see bread-and-butter family medicine at CVFP, from simple to complex, newborn to elderly. There is also a physician who focuses on maternity care and deliveries. There is a good balance between learning and seeing a good number and wide variety of patients in each day or half day. The preceptor to learner ratio is almost always one-to-one.

    The preceptors are experienced and enthusiastic about teaching, and have time to do this. The patients are comfortable with trainees as residents, clerks and nurse practitioners have long been taught here.

    The clinic was recently expanded and includes more than 10,000 square feet; the new facilities have been planned with resident teaching in mind.

  • Medical Express Open or Close

     

    Northwest Division

    Medical Express
    200 - 400 5 Ave SW, Calgary AB  T2P 0L6

    Medical Express website

    Overview

    Built in 2010, Medical Express is a state of the art purpose built facility located in the heart of downtown Calgary on the plus 15 network (an elevated walkway network that connects the downtown high rise towers). We are located 2 blocks from a C-Train station; we serve patients who are in the downtown core and also draw patients from all quadrants of the city.

    The clinic has a very modern feel - our waiting area is actually a Waves coffee shop. The attached pharmacy has a Paratamax dispensing machine to which the clinic can send prescriptions electronically meaning that by the time our patients walk to the front of the clinic their prescriptions are often waiting for them. 

    The clinic has 18 exam rooms, 2 well equipped treatment rooms (stocked with emergency supplies) and 3 counseling rooms and currently serves over 19000 patients of all ages. 

    Note: Because the clinic is located in the heart of downtown Calgary, on-site parking is not available. Residents selecting this clinic will either travel by public transit (train or bus) or will walk 7 blocks from parking that will be available at Sheldon Chumir.

    Clinic Structure

    • EMR allows for Residents to follow their own roster of patients.
    • Clinic operates on a multidisciplinary care model that includes RNs who provide geriatric, prenatal, complex care and travel consults; a psychologist who provides behavior heath consults; a massage therapist, as well as a chiropractor and mulitple pharmacists.
    • Opportunities to preform multiple procedures including IUD insertions, endometrial biopsies, skin biopsies, joint injections and abscess incision and drainage.
    • Opportunity for geriatrics exposure as a number of physicians also visit seniors facilities.
    • Patients of all ages and both genders are served but there is a significant exposure to prenatal care and woman’s health.
    • Member of the West Central Primary Care Network.
    • Doctors share a large admin office that promotes interaction and discussion amongst the team.

Northeast Division

  • The Alex Community Health Centre Open or Close

     

    Northeast Division

    The Alex
    101 – 1318 Centre Street NE Calgary AB

    The Alex website

    Overview

    • Unique inner city health centre provides an excellent opportunity to get experience in dealing with patients who need help the most.
    • Provides service to an inner city, low income, and disadvantaged patient population.
    • Focuses on prevention, early intervention and community development.
    • Interdisciplinary team approach to management.

    Clinic Structure and Services

    • Experienced physicians and enthusiastic preceptors with complex and interesting patients.
    • Residents follow their own practice under supervision during the Resident Clinic afternoon.
    • Multiple teaching sessions including: PBLs, lunch and learn, guideline reviews, etc.
    • Extensive team provides multiple services including: psycho-educational support through youth workers and social workers, counselling, nursing support well baby clinics and immunizations, breast feeding clinics, foot clinics, massage therapy, physiotherapy, chiropractor, spirometry, as well as a chronic disease nurse and dietician.
    • Visiting specialists at the Family Center and Seniors Center including: Dermatology, Psychiatry, and Endocrinology.
    • Opportunities to do multiple procedures including IUD insertions, endometrial biopsies, skin biopsies, joint injections, and abscess incision and drainage.
    • The Alex has multiple sites and programs including the off-site Seniors Community Health Clinic, Pathways to Housing, and Homebase programs.
    • On-site youth clinic services at risk youth from ages 12-24.
    • There are three mobile clinics including a Community Health Bus, Youth Health Bus, and new Dental Bus, which are operated by both nurses and physicians as an outreach to the homeless, community agencies, and high schools.

    Patient Population

    • This is an underserviced, multiethnic and disadvantaged population of patients from all walks of life.
    • The doctors are dedicated to making a difference by providing a holistic approach to care in partnership with other team members.
     
  • Associate Medical Clinic - Airdrie Open or Close

     

    Northeast Division

    Associate Medical Clinic
    201- 836 1 Ave NW

    Airdrie, AB T4B 0V2

    Overview

    Airdrie Associate Medical Clinic is the place to experience the joy and excitement of practising family medicine in a "rurban" community. Our residents work with us in clinic, urgent care, long term care, and the occasional house call.

    We learn not only from each other but also from our various health partners (PCN, CDM, Complex Care, and Diabetic teams) and visiting specialists (O&G, ENT, Radiologists...).

    You will learn to manage both acute and complex patients, become more skilled in ambulatory procedures (large and small joint injections, excisions, casting, IUD insertion, endometrial  biopsy...) and gain insight into the business of running a successful practice.

    You will also see how a good medical practitioner is a participant/leader both in the local and medical community.

    Patient Population

    Airdrie has a fast growing population. Consequently, we see many young families. Many of our "patient families" have been with us for over twenty years (some comprising 3 & 4 generations!), thus giving unique insights into family health.

    Our community is a mix of farmers/ranchers, town folk and commuters. Each group has unique health needs and expectations, contributing to a diversity of clinical presentations and solutions.

    Be prepared to have fun.

     

     
  • Doctors Plus Medical Centre Open or Close

     

    Northeast Division

    Doctors Plus Medical Centre 
    310 - 505 Main St, Airdire AB  T4K 3K3

    Overview

    Doctors Plus Medical Centre is located in Airdrie, 15 minutes North of Calgary and is one of the fastest growing cities in Canada. We are located across from Urgent Care, the local emergency facility and work with them to handle their overflow, giving us the feel of a family practice and the experience of a high volume walk-in Clinic.

    Clinic Structure and Services

    • Enthusiastic, young and highly trained team of physicians.
    • Unique patient panels with diverse medical conditions.
    • Ongoing learning with our learning lunches, complex care team (RN & pharmacist), behavioural specialists, paediatrician, in house sleep studies and a close-knit work space allowing for constant physicians to physician communication.
    • A variety of cultures, backgrounds and views allowing for a friendly, understanding and compassionate work environment.
    • Variable shifts throughout the day from 8 am to 8 pm giving maximum exposure to different types of patients and medical conditions.
    • Large variety of procedures including: CPX, prenatal care, child checks, casting, cast removal, stitches, stitch/staple removal, mole removal, minor surgeries, complex care and much more.

    Patient Population and Learning Experience

    We have an extremely diverse patient panel varying form the very young to the very old and from every walk of life. Being both a family practice and high volume walk-in clinic brings a unique opportunity to learn. With 5 physicians available, we can cater to a one-on-one learning experience allowing for maximum knowledge and growth. With our high patient volumes and busy walk-in clinic we also offer a fast paced learning environment for those that are ready.

  • Sunridge Family Medicine Teaching Centre Open or Close

     

    Northeast Division

    Sunridge Family Medicine Teaching Centre
    2685 - 36 St. NE 

    Calgary, AB T1Y 5S3

    Overview

    • The Sunridge clinic is located in NE Calgary directly across from the Peter Lougheed Hospital.
    • It is close to the Sunridge Mall, which offers shopping, eating opportunities, a fitness centre, pharmacy and post office.
    • Sunridge is a primary teaching site for Family Medicine Residents, with, 14 teaching physicians and many other members of an integrated health care team providing teaching and patient care out of three microsystems, each designed around one large teaming room and nine exam rooms.
    • Each microsystem includes a resource room with library, teaching, and education resources.
    • Direct observation is available in all microsystems.
    • Residents are provided with EMR access (Med Access). Each microsystem contains work stations and multiple computer stations.
    • Sunridge physicians belong to the Mosaic Patient Care Network (PCN), which serves the Northeast population of Calgary. 
    • Several meeting rooms with videoconferencing offer distributed learning, meetings and telehealth through connection to the other University of Calgary and AHS sites, including Health Sciences Centre, Central Teaching Clinic and South Health Campus. 

    Patient Population

    • Physicians at Sunridge provide care to approximately 8000 patients through some 25,000 annual appointments.
    • Sunridge physicians serve a community of patients who are diverse with respect to age, health status including a higher proportion of multi-ethnic immigrants, refugees and lower socioeconomic status families, providing additional challenges in care. The result is ample opportunity to experience and learn from the bio-psycho-social presentation and management of illness in the community.
    • The average number of patients in each Physician clinic half day ranges from 10 - 12.
    • Preceptors deliver comprehensive care, including pediatric, adult, pre-natal, and geriatric care to the panelled population.
    • Several physicians provide focused services in other locations, including sports medicine, hospitalist care, women’s health and occupational medicine, adding experiential depth to the program.

    Clinic Structure & Services 

    • Sunridge uses a team-based approach to teaching supported by preceptor-resident scheduling. Patients schedule appointments with the resident (secondary provider) assigned to them. Residents work mainly with their primary preceptor, providing continuity of patient relationships with residents and providers.
    • There are regular opportunities to learn from and interact with different preceptors (clinics, weekly teaching rounds, microsystem meetings).  In addition, residents benefit from direct learning from on-site allied health professionals.
    • The onsite allied health team consists of: respiratory educator, behavioural health consultant, mental health therapist, shared mental health, health management nurses, pharmacist, social worker, diabetes nurse educator and dietitian.
    • Sunridge has a Health Management Program using case management, a collaborative process between the patient, health management nurse, physician, resident and the allied health team. The goal of the program is to help patients manage their own health, regain or maintain optimum health, improve functional capability, provide high quality patient centred care and ultimately improve patients’ and providers’ experience of care while reducing visits to the attending physician. Case conferences are currently scheduled once a month alternating Tues and Wed.
    • On site EKG, spirometry, slit lamp.
    • Teaching rounds are held 2 days a week to encourage discussion and collaboration among all health care providers at Sunridge. Residents, physicians and the allied health team all take turns presenting topics for discussion. Topics can include: case based presentations, “aha” moments, ‘Tips and tricks’, quality improvement, sharing medical information, etc.
    • Residents are invited to monthly microsystem meetings regarding clinic operations. 

    Resident Home Site Clinic Evaluations 

    • "Excellent core site. Fabulous preceptors and learning.”
    • “Great site for learning. Complex patients with many co-morbidities.”
    • “Great environment for learning. Friendly preceptors and staff.”
    • “Over the years of my residency, it has been a pleasure getting to work with the same preceptor and in most cases, the same microsystem staff.”
    • “The practice covers majority of the domains of clinical care and exposes one to a diversity of clinical skills.”
    • “The environment is friendly and encourages learning.”
    • “Excellent teaching site. Staff are professional, approachable, and helpful. It was a comfortable learning environment. Preceptors are happy to teach.”
    • “Good volume with interesting cases.”

South Division

  • Foothills Family Medical Centre - Black Diamond Open or Close

     

    South Division

    Foothills Family Medical Centre
    114 - 1 Street SW
    Black Diamond, Alberta T0L 0H0

    Foothillls Family Medical Centre website

    Overview

    • Black Diamond is a town approximately 45 minutes driving distance from Calgary's city centre.
    • It is located in the part of the Calgary Health Region which extends from the west of Calgary to Banff and from the south of Calgary to Claresholm.
    • Black Diamond has a population of about 6,000. It offers the opportunity for residents to have a wide variety of clinical experience in a suburban setting.
    • Residents who do Family Medicine in Black Diamond will be on-call at the local Oilfields General Hospital. The hospital has 15 acute care beds and 30 long-term care beds.
    • Residents will have most of the remaining rotations at the third largest hospital in Calgary, the Rockyview General Hospital (which is in the southwest area of Calgary). There are usually no senior specialty residents on service with first year residents at the Rockyview. Consequently, residents learn directly from the staff physicians and through independent study. Other specialty R1 residents are based at the Rockyview Hospital.

    Clinic Structure and Services

    • Residents are responsible to be present for hospital rounds on their preceptors' patients between 8 am and 9 am. The office hours vary but generally range form 0900 to 1700, five days a week.
    • On-call is done at the Oilfields General Hospital which is two minutes away from the clinic.
    • On-call in Emergency at Oilfields Hospital encompasses day, evening and weekend call shifts. Call extends 8 am to 5 pm shift or a 5 pm to 11 pm evening shift. Preceptor constantly available; together you will be responsible for all active, emergency, extended care, homecare, EMS and pre-hospital care issues that arises during the shift.
    • Weekend call is one of 3 possible shifts. Saturday either 8 am – 5 pm or 5 pm - 9 am & Sunday 8 am - 5 pm.

    Patient Population

    • The practice sees approximately 12,000 regular patients of all ages.
    • In addition, it serves as an emergency site to care for the numerous people participating in the outdoor activities at the adjacent Kananaskis recreational areas.
  • Circle Medical at Copperfield Open or Close

     

    South Division

    Circle Medical at Copperfield
    123 – 15566 McIvor Blvd SE
    Calgary AB T2Z 4Y2

    Residents well suited to our clinic are enthusiastic, self-directed learners who have an interest in women's and children's health, as well as in-office procedures.

    Overview

    • Circle Medical is a vibrant clinic located in Calgary's rapidly expanding Southeast quadrant. Located close to the new South Health Campus, it serves many young families in the surrounding neighbourhoods and beyond.
    • Built in 2007, this modern facility's "circle" theme is based on a holistic approach to Family Medicine. Circle Medical treats not only the person as a whole, but also the family and community.
    • The name is also a reference to the circle of life, as it offers full service care from breastfeeding medicine and pediatric care all the way to adult and geriatric medicine.
    • The clinic also provides a number of procedures, including IUD insertions, endometrial and skin biopsies, joint injections/aspirations, vasectomies and circumcisions.
    • Four evenings per week, Circle Medical, in conjunction with the South Calgary PCN, also operates a breastfeeding clinic. In addition, there is a Behavioural Health Consultant who provides counselling to patients of the clinic two days a week.

    Clinic Structure and Services

    • Doctors and support staff work together in a central workstation hub, which promotes communication and collegiality. The exam rooms fan out from this centralized workspace.
    • There is also a well-equipped treatment room, which includes emergency medical supplies.
    • The staff, including receptionists, medical office assistants, LPNs and lactation consultants are welcoming, knowledgeable and efficient.
    • Residents work with 2-3 preceptors, each with different skill sets and styles. Clinic hours are generally from 8:00am. – 5:00pm.
    • The majority of teaching will be done at the bedside, around patients, but a weekly topic will be reviewed with the preceptor as well.

    Patient Population

    Patients of both genders and all ages are seen at the clinic, but there is an especially high volume of children and women.

  • Mountain View Medical Centre Open or Close

     

    South Division

    Mountain View Medical Centre
    210, 9737 Macleod Trail SW 
    Calgary, AB T2J 0P6

    Overview

    • Mountain View Medical Centre is located in the heart of Calgary between South East and South West
    • The clinic physicians are members of South Calgary Primary Care Network 
    • The clinic is led by a group of dynamic and enthusiastic family physicians provides comprehensive care from newborns to geriatrics
    • The clinic monitors the provision of safe and humane care of patients as our resident physician’s progress in responsibility as appropriate for their experience and competency
    • The cooperative efforts and full support of the medical staff, clinic staff affirms our commitment to Family Medicine Residency Program
    • Mountain View Medical Centre welcomes the opportunity to assist you in your career development and professional advancement by providing the highest standard of training in a modern and progressive clinic

    Clinic Structure and Service

    • Receptionists, medical office assistance, registered nurse and behavioural health consultant and pharmacist
    • The clinic provides core family medicine and walk-in services
    • Clinic hours from 9AM– 5PM

    Patient Population and Learning Experience

    • Large volume of patients from newborn to elderly
    • Three physicians who focuse on Maternity care and deliveries
    • Procedures including skin biopsies, excisions, endometrial biopsy, IUD insertions and nail excision 

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

       

  • South Calgary Medical Clinic Open or Close

     

    South Division

    South Calgary Medical Clinic
    118-40 Sunpark Plaza SE
    Calgary, AB T2X 3X7

    Overview

    The South Calgary Medical Clinic (SCMC) is located in the southern limits of the city of Calgary. It is also a member of the South Calgary Primary Care network. As one of the largest community family medicine clinics in the city, with around 20 full-time GPs, there is ample opportunity for residents to develop their own style of practice by learning from one of their own three preceptors, and several of the other doctors involved in teaching.

    The large clinic includes a procedural room where biopsies, injections, IUD insertion, endometrial biopsies, fracture casting and wound care are regularly performed. There is also a travel clinic on site. The Urgent Care is located across the street and there are facilities on our site to access x-rays in a timely manner and decide on treatment.

    Also in the same building are allied health including optometry, dentistry, pharmacy, and radiology. Residents often take advantage of these other professionals in their learning.

    Clinic Structure and Services

    The clinic provides core family medicine and walk in services. Each resident will be assigned to three teaching preceptors. Residents experience family medicine through a designated Resident Clinic and within their preceptor's clinics. The busy walk-in clinic allows for a very fast-paced and diverse clinical exposure. A typical day for residents usually includes seeing walk-in patients for half a day, followed by scheduled patients for the other half-day.

    The clinic has a very collegial, friendly atmosphere as well as a highly organized administrative structure that makes for highly fluid clinical care. Amongst the full-time support staff include several receptionists, a full-time referral administrator, on-site IT support for the EMR, and a team of very supportive and encouraging nurses. There are also regularly scheduled and sponsored CME lunches, usually twice a week. The clinic also engages in CME dinners together several times a year.

     

     

     

     

     

  • South Calgary PCN Open or Close

     

    South Division

    South Calgary PCN - Family Care Clinic
    4000, 1800-194 Ave SE
    Calgary AB T2X 0R3

    Clinic Overview

    • Hours of operation are Monday to Friday, 8h00-16h00 with same-day access, telephone consultations and house calls as appropriate.
    • Core teaching done on site by the family medicine preceptor in collaboration with dedicated registered nurses to provide prenatal care, paediatric visits, chronic disease visits & counselling; focus is on evidence-based medicine and health promotion in a family context; periodic Health Examinations are targeted only toward proven preventative health measures.
    • Clinical programmes include nurse-run breast and cervical screening and colonoscopy recall protocols, as well as minor procedures such as lumps and bumps removals, endometrial biopsies, onychectomies, joint injections and iuD insertions.
    • The Family Care Clinic shares space and care with the Health Management Clinic nurses, dietitian and kinesiologists to provide cardiovascular and endocrine risk management reduction. Respiratory therapy also rotates for asthma/copD screening.
    • Collaboration with Healthplus (same building) Optometrists, Physiotherapy and community cDE (certified diabetic educator) Pharmacists.
    • Under auspices of the South Calgary PCN, the clinic provides mentorship and comprehensive support for a family physician over 6 months whilst they build their practice in South Calgary.
    • Ongoing initiatives include clinical outcomes research, data-sharing and EMR/EHR collaborative with the South Calgary PCN.

    Patient Population

    • Approximate 3000 patient (another 1000-2000 patients per rotating physician) population includes many young families, professional immigrants, spanning full age range.
  • South Health Campus Teaching Clinic Open or Close

     

    South Division

    South Health Campus Teaching Clinic
    4448 Front Street SE, 4th Floor Outpatient Tower
    Calgary, AB T3M 1M4

    Overview

    • We are located in the new South Health Campus, 4th Floor of the Outpatient Tower. Along with a beautiful scenic view and a brand new facility within the new hospital, there are many advantages to being onsite.
    • Innovative Teaching Clinic within the Hospital setting, with the ability to collaborate with other departments in the hospital.
    • Unique partnership with AHS and U of C.
    • Full-time faculty does majority of the core teaching on-site.
    • Core teaching is done on site by family medicine preceptors. Team members provide patient care out of 2 modules designed around teaming rooms and exam rooms. Routine appointments, prena
    • There is a YMCA located in the Wellness Centre at the South Health Campus.
    • tal care, pediatric visits, chronic disease visits, Periodic Health Examinations, procedures, behavioural health consulting and more services are offered.
    • The clinic supports a team approach to patient care, with social work, a behavioural health consultant, licensed practice nurses (LPN's), chronic disease nurses, pharmacsist and other allied h
    • ealth team members on site.
    • Member of the South Calgary Primary Care Network with the ability to refer to the Health Management Clinic for additional resources.
    • The new fitness facility offers a plethora of activities for anyone wanting to get fit and have fun along the way. There's a climbing wall, a walking track, a Strength and Conditioning Centre and they offer a range of classes including spin classes, yoga and Zumba.

    Patient Population

     


    • South Health Campus will serve most of Calgary's rapidly growing South and East communities.
    • Patients come from across the city and are diverse with respect to age, health status and socioeconomic status.
    • Physicians at South Health Campus Family Medicine Teaching Clinic look after approximately 4500 patients
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