Alberta Hospital Edmonton is a psychiatric hospital operating under the governance of Capital Health. It is located in the northeastern quadrant of Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, and was founded on 1 July, 1923.
Admission and continuing treatment at Alberta Hospital Edmonton can be voluntary, formal under the Mental Health Act, or in the Forensic Psychiatry Program under the Criminal Code of Canada. Referral agents include physicians, mental health professionals, other health care facilities, community agencies, courts, corrections, police, and family, in addition to self-referral.
Each Alberta Hospital Edmonton program has an inpatient and a community component. Interdisciplinary teams are made up of program managers, psychiatrists, psychologists, psychometrists, nurses, psychiatric aides, social workers, occupational therapists, recreation therapists, physiotherapists, therapy assistants, counselors, pharmacists, dieticians, chaplains and support staff.
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Effect of Environment on Whole Blood Glucose (WBG) Measured by the Lifescan SureStepFlexx in a Northern Canadian City
Jun 01, 2006; E-67 G S. Cembrowski, B. Smith. University of Alberta Hospital, Edmonton, AR, Canada In regular assessments of new Lifescan...
The value of clock drawing in identifying executive cognitive dysfunction in people with a normal Mini-Mental State Examination score
Oct 15, 2002; Abstract Background: Executive cognitive dysfunction can precede the memory disturbances of dementia. People with executive...