Aspen Regional Health Authority #11

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Aspen Regional Health Authority #11

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In 1994, the Government of Alberta introduced a policy of regionalization of health care in the province by creating regional health authorities. The Aspen Regional Health Authority #11 serves a population of approximately 81,000 people and encompasses an area of approximately 36,000 sq. km from the immediate north of the City of Edmonton north to Calling Lake and as far east and west as Fox Creek and the Village of Boyle. Aspen is serviced by 8 acute care facilities, 7 long-term care facilities, and 13 Community Care and Population Health offices.

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