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At Registrations Are Us, we make it easy to register for health care coverage or update your personal registration information. These registration services are provided free of charge. When applying in person, all support documentation required on the application must be original.
For complete Alberta Health Care registration information, please visit the Alberta Health website.
Need more information? Contact us at : 780-448-2233
Save time before coming in and print off and complete your desired form. When applying in person, all support documentation required on the application must be original. To help ensure a hassle-free process, please double check all information is accurate and current.
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Whether you need to change your name on your Alberta Health Insurance card, add a dependent, or cancel a registration, we can help ensure you have all of the information and supporting documents you need.
Individuals who require medical care, access to healthcare facilities, or services provided by AHS may need to register. This can include patients seeking appointments, hospital admissions, outpatient care, and more.
Registering with AHS itself is generally free of charge for eligible residents of Alberta. However, there may be fees associated with specific healthcare services or treatments, depending on the individual’s circumstances and the type of care required.
Yes, Alberta Health Services often offers online patient portals where registered individuals can access their personal healthcare information, appointment schedules, test results, and more. This provides convenient and secure access to health-related details.
Yes, it’s important to keep your personal information up-to-date with Alberta Health Services as your healthcare card can also act as a form of ID. If you change your address, contact details, or healthcare coverage, you should inform AHS to ensure your records are accurate and prevent any potential issues.