Find a Family Physician
If you are looking for a family doctor, some of the best sources to help you find one is to
Ask a friend or relative.
Call Health Link Alberta at 1-866-408-5465 (LINK)
Search the CPSA’s online database (which allows you to search by location and physicians who are accepting new patients)
Search the Edmonton-area PCNs family physician database
Search the Calgary-area Doctors family physician database.
The CPSA Database Helps You Search for Family Physicians Who Are Accepting New Patient
Looking for a family doctor? Visit the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Alberta’s website or contact them at the information below. On the site you may search for a family physician by name or learn what family physicians are accepting new patients in Alberta.
Although the Alberta College of Family Physicians plays a part in licensure for practising family physicians in Alberta, we do not grant them or regulate practice permits. This role is held by the College of Physicians and Surgeons (CPSA). Below is some information on ways you can contact the CPSA.
Contact the CPSA
Public inquiries: firstname.lastname@example.org
Physician members: email@example.com
Physician applicants: firstname.lastname@example.org
Complaints (email can not be used to file a complaint): email@example.com
Main line: 780-423-4764 | Main Fax: 780-420-0651
Public Inquiries: 1-800-561-3899 (in Canada)
Complaints: 1-800-661-4689 (in Canada)
Physicians only: 1-800-320-8624 (in Alberta)
Looking for a Family Doctor for the Edmonton Area – Find a PCN Family Doctor Near You!
Edmonton-area Primary Care Networks are committed to helping Albertans find a family doctor who is accepting new patients. Visit the new Edmonton-area PCN family doctor database to find a doctor for you.
Do You Need a Family Doctor in the Calgary Area – Find a PCN Family Doctor Near You!
Find a Calgary and Area doctor – https://calgaryareadocs.com/
More about this site
The ACFP is a voluntary professional member organization for family physicians in Alberta. Representing more than 4,500 members, the ACFP strives for excellence in family practice through advocacy, continuing medical education, and primary care research. We help family physicians with their lifelong learning plan by encouraging and providing continuing professional development opportunities.