Northern Alberta Wildfires Information (last updated: May 30, 2019)

We at CPSA extend our sympathy and support to those whose families, friends, homes or businesses are being affected by the wildfires in High Level and surrounding areas.

Patients: If you have health concerns, please contact Health Link by dialing 811

Physicians: Where practise advice is required, please call our 24/7 wildfire emergency line toll-free at 1-888-729-4393 or email info@cpsa.ab.ca

The latest wildfire emergency updates can be found through the Government of Alberta’s Active Emergency Updates website and through the AHS Wildfire Resource website.

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When you connect with the College, you’ll speak to a polite professional. We ask for courtesy in return.

 

CPSA staff are committed to treating you in a respectful, professional and civil manner. Demeaning or harassing comments, racist, discriminatory or obscene language, sexual harassment or intimidation, shouting or threats toward CPSA staff can result in the College communicating with you only in writing or even limiting future communication with you. Thank you for helping us maintain a safe and respectful workplace.

By email

Public inquiries: publicinquiries@cpsa.ab.ca
Physician members: memberinquiries@cpsa.ab.ca
Physician applicants: registration@cpsa.ab.ca
Complaints (email can not be used to file a complaint): complaints@cpsa.ab.ca
Media: Information for Media
Website comments: web@cpsa.ab.ca

By phone/fax

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)

By mail

College of Physicians & Surgeons of Alberta
2700 – 10020 100 Street NW
Edmonton, AB T5J 0N3 Canada

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