Alberta Health Services - Provincial Advisory Council Member

Alberta Health Services (AHS) is committed to ensuring that Albertans have a voice in healthcare. One way we achieve this is through Advisory Councils across Alberta. These councils provide insights and input on health 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.


AHS is now recruiting Albertans to become Health Advisory Council members or Provincial Advisory Council members. Health Advisory Council members are passionate about healthcare, interested in listening to people and providing feedback to AHS. Members reside within their council geographic area – see map here to determine your council area. Provincial Advisory Councils are made up of public members from various parts of the province who have lived experiences with cancer, addiction and mental health (AMH) or seniors and continuing care


Health Advisory Council members serve terms of three years, to a maximum of six years. Provincial Advisory Council members are appointed for two, three year terms or three, two year terms. Interested applicants should complete the following Expression of Interest form. The AHS Board will appoint council members once the selection process is complete.


The form can be e-mailed to


If you require assistance in completing this form or have any questions regarding the Expression of Interest process, please contact the Community Engagement department toll free at 1-877-275-8830, or via email at


For further information on Advisory Councils, please visit our website.


Thank you for your interest.




Janine Sakatch

Executive Director, Community Engagement, AHS



Qualifications Required

  • Age Requirement Must be at least 18+ Required
  • Length of Service Must be at least 2 Year Term