The Lesser Slave Lake Health Advisory Council is currently recruiting new members. This is a great opportunity for interested area citizens to provide input on local and regional health.
The Lesser Slave Lake Health Advisory Council serves High Prairie, Lesser Slave Lake and Wabasca and a number of rural and remote communities including Faust, Grouard, Joussard, Kinuso, Red Earth Creek, Peerless Lake and Trout Lake. This group of volunteers is focused on listening to the community's thoughts and ideas on health services to help AHS enhance care locally and province wide.
Consider volunteering your time as a council member. Recruitment is ongoing throughout the year until a council is at maximum membership. Members are appointed for a three-year term.
- Lesser Slave Lake Health Advisory Council Expression of Interest Form
- Lesser Slave Lake Health Advisory Council Info Sheet
About AHS Health Advisory Councils
Health Advisory Councils provide a grassroots perspective and an understanding of their communities' health needs. Council members are interested in listening to the people and committed to giving valuable feedback to AHS.
Twelve councils across Alberta represent many different experiences, cultures and ages, and provide critical feedback that informs decisions that affect how AHS delivers health services and cares for Albertans.
To learn more about other AHS Advisory Councils visit www.ahs.ca/advisorycouncils.