We are currently looking for participating specialists to join the ConnectMD Physician Working group.  The purpose of this group is to assist with the strategic roll-out of ConnectMD within the Edmonton zone.  For more details, please contact Lindsay Steward, ConnectMD Program Manager at lsteward@enpcn.com

Are you a primary care provider needing non-urgent advice from a specialist?

Please call 1-844-633-2263 Monday - Thursday - 9:00 am - 6:00 pm Friday - 9:00 am - 4:00 pm

What is ConnectMD?

Find out how it works, the benefits, and what you can expect.

What is ConnectMD?


See our extensive list of specialties participating in the ConnectMD program.

List of Specialties & Resources


Explore pathway resources.

Clinical Referral Pathways

COVID-19 Resources

Explore our COVID-19 resources.

COVID-19 Resources

Better patient care starts with the right connections.

ConnectMD brings specialist advice to the finger-tips of family medicine.

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Post-COVID Supports

September 1, 2021

The AHS Edmonton Zone Post-COVID Rehabilitation Taskforce has created a quick guide to access AHS community post-COVID services and programs. Click here for the memo. The primary care pathway for post-COVID rehabilitation can also be accessed here.

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Clinical Referral Pathways now available

September 1, 2021

Knowing how to manage all of your patient’s conditions can be difficult. Clinical Referral Pathways were created to assist you in taking you step-by-step through managing various conditions in primary care including when a referral to a specialist…

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Other Services

There are additional options for you to access specialty advice depending on where you are in the province.

This one-pager was created as a reference to assist you in determining which service to use, based on the advice required and your preferences.

Specialist LINK

For Calgary Zone, please visit Specialist Link.

Visit Specialist LINK


Request Advice through Netcare Portal

Visit eReferral


AHS telephone line for urgent or emergent cases