140 Riverside Dr E, Drumheller, AB, T0J 0Y4


It’s Fall Prevention Month and Primary Care Networks have some tips to help you make it through the holiday season without falling.

Here are some precautions to think about while you decorate!

  • Wear appropriate shoes
  • Secure ladders and have a spotter with you
  • Work as team — involve the whole family
  • Ask for help
  • Decorate in the daylight


#FallPrevention #Holidaydecoratingsafely

Journey Through Grief Workshop

Grief can be one of the hardest emotions to navigate.


The free Journey Through Grief workshop offered by Alberta PCNs can help you develop skills to cope more effectively with loss.


According to the Journey Through Grief program, the six needs of mourning are:


  1. Acknowledge the reality of loss
  2. Embrace the pain of loss
  3. Remember the loss
  4. Develop a new self-identity
  5. Search for meaning
  6. Receive ongoing support from others


Visit the link below to learn more:


#ABHealth #Grief #Loss #griefsupport #griefjourney #griefandloss #griefawareness #griefworkshop #bigcountrypcn #albertapcns


Have health questions? Don’t be shy, ask your doctor. 👨🏻‍⚕️
Here are some questions to bring up at your next appointment:
❓ Should I be screened for anything based on my family history?
❓ Do my vitals look okay? Such as my blood pressure?
❓ Should I be taking any supplements?
❓ What strategies can I take to lower my risk for chronic disease?
❓ Should I be worried that I’m not getting enough sleep?
❓ Is there anything I can do to manage the stress I have?
❓ What should I know about the medications I’m taking?
Whatever is on your mind, ask! Your doctor can help support your physical and mental health

Three Hills – Bump & Beyond – Prenatal, Postpartum and Breastfeeding Education

Dr. McBain (Certified Breastfeeding Specialist) and Elle Physio (Pelvic Health PT) are hosting an information night at:

Kneehill Medical Clinic, 1520 2nd Street North, Three Hills, AB on Thursday November 24th at 6:00pm

It is open to patients in Three Hills and Drumheller.

Come and meet Dr. McBain and our Pelvic Health team to find out how these services can benefit you!

The hosts ask that attendees register @ under the ‘Community Classes’ heading

Remote Working

Remote working has pros and cons. Did you know? One of the biggest challenges faced by remote employees is loneliness and feeling disconnected.

Here are a few things you can do to combat feelings of loneliness:

👋 Connect with someone once a week – plan and schedule time to connect with family, friends and colleagues

🌲 Get outdoors – nature can have a positive effect on mental and physical health

📅 Set a routine – a routine provides people with boundaries and expectations, allowing them to feel a sense of purpose

Learn a few tips to improve your mental health and more about loneliness and remote working:

Talk to your family doctor if you are struggling with mental health.

#MentalHealth #ABHealth #SelfCare #RemoteWork #RemoteWorkers #WFHjobs #DigitalBurnout #Burnout #BurnoutPrevention #PCNBigCountry

Faces of Dementia Awareness Campaign

The Faces of Dementia campaign led by the Hamilton Council on Aging highlights the stories and photos of people living with dementia and their individual messages that they are so much MORE than their diagnosis.

November is #NationalDiabetesMonth

#NationalDiabetesMonth strives to raise awareness and continue the conversation surrounding the #diabetes epidemic.

Here are some tips for diabetes self-management from PCN nurses:

🥦 Eat a healthy diet. This includes limiting processed foods and choosing foods rich in fiber and nutrients

🏃🏾 Get regular exercise. Exercise helps to regulate blood sugar levels and can also help to reduce stress

🩸 Monitor your blood sugar levels regularly. This will help you identify patterns and make necessary adjustments to your diet and lifestyle

❌ Avoid tobacco use. Tobacco can damage your blood vessels and increase your risk for complications from diabetes

Talk to your family doctor or PCN nurse if you have concerns about managing your diabetes.

#ABHealth #DiabetesManagement #NationalDiabetesMonth #DiabetesCanada

Friday November 25, 2022 – Clinic Hours & No Walk-In Clinic

On Friday November 25, 2022, the clinic will be open 8:30am – 3pm

Please note that on Friday November 25, 2022, there will be NO Walk-In clinic

The Drumheller Associated Physicians Clinic will be open 8:30am – 3:00pm


Emergencies will be seen at the Drumheller Health Centre (351 – 9th St. N.W.) 403-823-6500

The Clinic will return to regular business hours on Monday November 28, 2022 8:30am – 5:00pm