On-Reserve Health Programs and Services in Alberta

Beaver Lake Cree Nation

Treaty 6

Beaver Lake Cree Nation has an on-reserve population of 365 (959 total). There is no Health Centre in this community.

Beaver Lake is made up of 2 territories: Beaver Lake 131, Blue Quills.

    • Community Health

      • Community Health Representatives
      • Community Health Representatives employed by AHS
      • Community Health Representatives employed by FNIHB
      • Nursing employed by AHS
      • Nursing employed by First Nation/Tribal Council
      • Nursing employed by FNIHB
    • Non-Insured Health Benefits (NIHB)

      • Drug Benefits provided through First Nation
      • Drug Benefits provided through FNIHB
      • Eye and Vision Care Benefits provided through First Nation/Tribal Council
      • Eye and Vision Care Benefits provided through FNIHB
      • Medical Supplies and Equipment provided through First Nation
      • Medical Supplies and Equipment provided through FNIHB
    • Oral Health

      • Children's Oral Health Initiative (COHI)
      • Community Dental Health Practitioners visiting FNIHB staff
      • Dentists Clinic
      • Denturists
      • Visiting Dentists
    • Primary Care

      • Emergency 24-hour services
      • Nurse Practitioners employed by First Nation/Tribal Council
      • Nurse Practitioners employed by FNIHB
      • Nurse Practitioners employed through partnership with AHS and/or PCN
      • Physician - Clinic
      • Physician - Visiting
    • Screening and Diagnostic

      • Cancer - Breast Screen provided upon request by AHS
      • Cancer - Cervical Screen provided upon request by AHS
      • Cancer - Cervical Screen provided upon request by local First Nation
      • Cancer - Prostate Screen provided by AHS
      • Diagnostic Imaging - Radiology
      • Diagnostic Imaging - Ultrasound
      • Laboratory Services
    • Specialized Services

      • Clinical Telehealth utilization 2011-2012
      • Midwifery
      • Optometrist
      • Pediatrician
      • Pharmacy Services
      • Telehealth Equipment
    • Therapy

      • Enterostornal Therapy - Consulting Services provided by FNIHB
      • Occupational Therapy provided by the Tribal Council/First Nation
      • Physical Therapy provided by Tribal Council/First Nation
      • Respiratory Therapy provided by AHS
      • Speech Language Pathology
    • Transportation

      • Ambulance Services provided by AHS
      • Ambulance Services provided by First Nation
      • Medical Transportation (NIHB) provided by First Nation/Tribal Council
      • Medical Transportation (NIHB) provided by FNIHB
    • Aboriginal Head Start On-Reserve

      • Aboriginal Head Start On-Reserve
    • Healthy Living

      • Aboriginal Diabetes Initiative
      • Community Screener provided by First Nation
      • Dietitian provided by First Nation/Tribal Council
      • Health Promoter provided by First Nation/Tribal Council
      • Physical Education and Active Living provided by First Nation/Tribal Council
    • Injury Prevention

      • Injury Prevention provided by First Nation
    • Maternal Health

      • Breastfeeding Support provided by First Nation
      • Canada Prenatal and Nutrition Program
      • Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder Program
      • Maternal Child Health provided by First Nation/Tribal Council
      • Maternal health services provided by AHS including breastfeeding support and prenatal classes
      • Prenatal Classes provided by First Nation
    • Retinal Photography

      • Retinal Photographer provided by First Nation/Tribal Council
      • Retinal Photographer provided by visiting First Nation staff
      • Retinal Photographer provided by visiting FNIHB staff
    • Home and Community Care Program

      • Home and Community Care
      • Home Care Health Care Aides employed by First Nation/Tribal Council
      • Home Care Nursing employed by AHS
      • Home Care Nursing employed by First Nation/Tribal Council
      • Home Care Nursing employed by FNIHB
    • Supportive Services

      • Adult Day Support provided by First Nation
      • Continuing Care Facility on-reserve provided by First Nation
      • Discharge Planning Protocol
      • Home Care Dietitian provided by First Nation/Tribal Council
      • Meals on Wheels provided by First Nation/Tribal Council
      • Palliative Care
      • Services in on-reserve continuing care facility provided in partnership with AHS
      • Social Work
    • Addictions

      • National Native Alcohol and Drug Abuse Program
      • Tobacco Cessation
    • Brighter Futures

      • Brighter Futures
      • Building Healthy Communities
      • Youth Solvent Abuse Program
    • Mental Health and Wellness

      • Indian Residential School Support provided by First Nation/Tribal Council
      • Mental Health - NIHB FTE Equivalent
      • Mental Health - NIHB provided by First Nation/Tribal Council
    • Mental Health and Wellness - Suicide Prevention

      • Honoring Life: Aboriginal Youth and Community Empowerment Strategy, Alberta Health Services
      • National Aboriginal Youth Suicide Prevention Strategy provided by First Nation/Tribal Council
      • Post Partum Depression Support provided by First Nation
      • Psychiatric Nurse provided by First Nation