Alberta Health Services (AHS)

Alberta Health Services (AHS)

10,000 - 50,000 downloads

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One App, Many Features

A single app for AHS means that Albertans will be able to find official AHS content and functionality without sorting through the hundreds of thousands of available apps or loading a webpage. We will continue to add to it as we are able to provide more features.

Emergency Department Wait Times & Important Contacts
You can now access real-time estimated wait times for Calgary and Edmonton emergency departments and urgent care centres through the AHS App.
This tool is designed to help Albertans decide where to access care for themselves and their families. Anyone needing emergency care is always reminded to call 911, or to go to the nearest emergency department.
The wait times App estimates how long it takes for patients to be seen by a physician once a triage nurse has assessed them. Wait times do not represent the total time patients may spend at the hospital or urgent care centre, or in line for triage. Please remember, we provide care to the most critical cases first.

The goal is to continue to expand this service to other areas of the province.


• Estimated emergency department and urgent care centre wait times initially for Calgary Zone and Edmonton Zone* facilities, including:
- wait times updated every two minutes
- list view showing all the wait times for the Calgary Zone and Edmonton Zone
- map view showing your current location and the wait times of nearby facilities
- directions to each facility from your current location

• Health Care Locator
- Use the locator to find the hospitals, health care facilities, programs and services near you.
- Search by your current location or postal code
- Find any of the approximately 85K options throughout the province

• Important contact numbers, including:
- HealthLink: 24/7 health information and advice from registered nurses
- Poison Control (PADIS)
- Mental Health Help Line
- Kids Help Phone

• Fall into the Routine
- Find clinics and times for your annual influenza immunization

• Share the App – let your friends and family know about the AHS App by notifying them via:
- Email
- Twitter
- Facebook

*Note: The estimated wait times will be expanded to the whole province as this information becomes available.

As part of our commitment to providing health information to Albertans, this app is yours. We want to know what content, functionality and features you want out of the AHS app. Let us know!

Recently changed in this version

- Facility data updates.

Comments and ratings for Alberta Health Services (AHS)
  • (59 stars)

    by Amy Waldron on 03/02/2014

    Wish it showed rural hospitals not just the big city.

  • (59 stars)

    by Claude Methot on 11/01/2014

    The emergency waiting time are only a general guideline. Will show you which one is more/less busy.. Sad that only Calgary and Edmonton are showed.. Calgary Children hospital locator is wrong: Address ok but it show it at Nosehill park, Edgmont. See the potentiel in this app but need improvement. Keep it on..

  • (59 stars)

    by Kevin Ushko on 21/12/2013

    Won't even install on my Nexus 7

  • (59 stars)

    by Lisa Werner on 13/12/2013

    app is useless does not show times, says unavailable. I have a Samsung 3

  • (59 stars)

    by Dakota Hourie on 01/10/2013

    Platform: CyanogenMod 10.2 (Android 4.3) Device: Samsung Galaxy S III (SGH-I747) The App performs well with all features working as designed... My only negative feedback is the app could have been engineered better. Also the design looks overly simple and old (Circa 2006) The bottom line is that it does what is promised, and is accurate generally within 1 hour (80% of the time).

  • (59 stars)

    by Bre Anne on 20/09/2013

    Worked on my iphone when I had one but is completely useless on my android. All times "unavailable" despite refreshing or re-adding the app.

  • (59 stars)

    by monique Johnson on 18/08/2013

    This is only good for Edmonton or Calgary??? Pathetic app! It should be called Edmonton/Calgary Yellow Pages! One would hope a healthcare app would have a symptom checker! What a brilliant idea!