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Hours of Operation:
8:30am - 4:30pm - Monday to Friday


Jeanine Calliou, Health Director
Email: jcalliou@onehealth.ca

Phone: 780-524-7839

Mission Statement:

The Sturgeon Lake Cree Nation Health Services Department values and respects every person's right to confidentiality. It is our mission to serve the community and provide quality programs and services, which meet the needs of individuals, families, and community. We aspire to develop a strong, healthy community where mutual respect thrives.  
 

Sturgeon Lake Health Center Community Programs:

Children and Youth

• Canada Prenatal Nutrition Program
• Aboriginal Head Start on Reserve (AHSOR)
• Maternal Child Health (MCH)

 

Mental Health and Addictions

• National Native Alcohol and Drug Abuse Program (NNADAP)- (Community -based Program)
• Building Healthy Communities (BHC)
• National Aboriginal Youth Suicide Prevention Strategy (NAYSPS)

 

Chronic Disease and Injury Prevention

• Brighter Futures (BF) 

• Aboriginal Diabetes Initiative (ADI)

Communicable Disease Control

• Blood Borne Diseases and Sexually Transmitted Infections (HIV/AIDS)
• Vaccine Preventable Diseases (Immunization)

 

Environmental Health and Research

• Environmental Health Program

Primary Health Care
• First Nations and Inuit Home and Community Care (FNIHCC)

Health Benefits
• Non-Insured Health Benefits (NIHB)

Health Governance/Infrastructure Support
• Health Planning and Management
• Health consultation and Liaison
• Integration and adaption of Health Services
• Security Services in Health Facilities

 

Overview: 

We offer programs and services that reflect the current and future health priorities of the community. The following programs/services are currently offered or will be implemented in the near future.

Other Information (PDF):


• First Nations & Inuit Health (FNIH) Alberta Region Programs & Services
• First Nations and Inuit Health (FNIH) Alberta Region Overview
• First Nations and Inuit Health (FNIH) Alberta Region At A Glance
• First Nations & Inuit Health Newsletter
• Health Canada - Health Determinants for First Nations in Alberta