Alberta Health Services (AHS) is committed to ensuring people with diverse and cultural backgrounds
have a voice in healthcare in order to improve healthcare experiences of for all Albertans. One way
to achieve this is through Advisory Councils, where members represent diverse perspectives within
communities across Alberta regardless of gender, race, age or religious beliefs and experiences.
These Councils provide insights and input on healthcare service delivery, priorities and programs
to the Board of Directors and AHS leadership. They bring forward feedback from the public to
support AHS’ strategic direction.
Health Advisory Council (HAC) members are passionate about healthcare, interested in listening to
people and providing feedback to AHS. Members reside within their Council’s geographic area. Visit
the website to view the Health Advisory Council map and find your Council area.
There are four Provincial Advisory Councils (PAC) made up of public members from across the
province who have lived experiences within their area of focus:
• Addiction and Mental Health (AMH)
• Seniors and Continuing Care (SCC); and
• Sexual Orientation, Gender Identity and Expression (SOGIE)
Advisory Council members may serve to a maximum of six years. HAC members are appointed to
three-year terms. PAC members are appointed to two-year or three-year terms.
As per AHS’ Immunization of Workers for COVID-19 Policy, all volunteers are required to be fully
immunized at commencement of their term.
If you require assistance in completing these forms or have any questions regarding the Expression
of Interest process, please contact AHS Community & External Relations at 1-877- 275-8830 or
Thank you for your interest.
Executive Director, Community & External Relations, AHS