Edmonton Southside Primary Care Network

Passionate about creating healthier communities.

Looking for a family doctor? Find one accepting new patients near you with the Alberta Find a Doctor tool.

Learn new skills and ways to create health and wellness goals with one of our many workshops.

Edmonton Southside Primary Care Network is a team of health care professionals working alongside family doctors to bring you and your family the essential care you need. Our 180 staff support more than 300 family doctors in over 100 locations across the city.

Health Resources

Explore resources created by health care professionals on a variety of topics.


We offer year-round classes on topics such as mental health, nutrition, exercise, healthy aging, lung health and pregnancy.

Seniors’ Centre Without Walls

Seniors’ Centre Without Walls is a free phone-based program that offers a variety of interactive health and well-being information sessions, recreational activities and friendly conversation.

Careers at ESPCN

Explore an exciting career in primary health care by working alongside family doctors caring for patients in our communities.

Recent Stories

  • Mental Health Tips for the Holidays

    The holiday season is a time of joy and relaxation. However, for many reasons, the holidays can also be overwhelming or a source of stress. For some people, this time of year comes with feelings of depression, anxiety, and loneliness. Fortunately, there are simple strategies to help manage our mental health this holiday season. Mental…

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  • Fall Prevention Tips

    Do you ever think about falling? You’re not alone. As we age, both the chance and the consequence of falling increases, making us think about the risk of falling more often. According to this Finding Balance Alberta fact sheet, in 2021 there were over 10,000 fall-related hospital admissions. In fact, falls reportedly led to more…

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  • Take Another Step in Caring for Your Health

    No foot or lower leg concern is too small to talk about with your family doctor. The LLAC and your primary health care team can work with you on a preventative or early care plan to help you continue to do the things that are important to you.

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