We wish to acknowledge that the land on which we gather is Treaty 6 and Métis Zone 4 territory and a traditional meeting ground for many Indigenous peoples. The territory on which we operate and are located provided a travelling route and home to the Cree, Blackfoot, and Métis, as it did for the Nakoda, Tsuu T’ina, Chipewyan, and other Indigenous peoples. Their spiritual and practical relationships to the land create a rich heritage for our learning and our life as a community.
Indigenous Peoples Acknowledgement
The Edmonton O-day’min Primary Care Network (EOPCN) is a team of physicians and other healthcare professionals working together to provide primary care services that meet the needs of our patients. Since 2006, our network has grown to over 170 physicians who provide care to over 131,000 residents.
Whether you need help managing a chronic health condition, are seeking the advice of a therapist or nutritionist, or need support to quit smoking, we offer services and a range of group classes that can help. Our number one priority is helping you manage your health.
We are constantly working to create and deliver services that are focused on your needs, provide timely access and advance patient care.
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Inspiring communities to live healthier lives.
Our mission is to support the health and well-being of our communities through exceptional team-based, person-centred care.
Integrity, Quality, Responsibility, Advancement & Harmony.
We’re Looking After You
You have access to a whole community of healthcare professionals working together to provide you with the RIGHT care for YOUR health.
Your Primary Care Team
Your Family Doctor
Nursing Staff: NPs, RNs, INR Nurses, Chronic Disease Management Nurses, LPNs and Obstetrics Nurse
Exercise Specialists (Kinesiologists)
Mental Health Staff: psychologists, therapists and social workers
Medical Specialists linked to our PCN
Specialist Referral Coordinators
Patient Health Screening Coordinators
Primary care is the first point of contact a person has with the health system—it’s where people receive care for most of their everyday health needs.
This might include regular checkups, counselling, pregnancy care and help with managing chronic illnesses. Making healthy lifestyle choices is also an important part of primary care, health promotion and disease prevention.
Primary care is typically provided by family physicians and healthcare professionals such as nurses, dietitians, pharmacists, mental health professionals, therapists and others.
Your primary care team may screen for early detection of illnesses, provide immunizations or teaching, follow up, and monitoring of chronic health conditions such as diabetes or hypertension. They may also refer you to specialists and diagnostic services such as laboratory tests or X-rays.
Krista Brower, Executive Director
Debbie Anderson, Director, Partnerships, People & Projects
John Mah, Director, Business & Financial Operations
Kelly Parker, Director, Clinical Operations
Trevor Haynes, Clinical Manager
Tanya Kendall, Clinical Manager
Naomi Usman, Quality Improvement Manager
Board of Directors
Dr. Sheny Khera – President/Chair
Dr. Marco Mannarino – Past President/Chair
Dr. Vernon Naidoo –Treasurer
Dr. Veronica Tomcej – Secretary
Dr. Khaled Ateer – Director
Dr. Henrique Fernandes – Director
Dr. William Han – Director
Dr. Peter Laratta – Director
Dr. Jennifer Walker – Director
Mark Snaterse, AHS Governance
Bridget Wiafe, AHS Governance
We are pleased to partner with the following organizations to improve the health of Edmontonians: