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Edmonton Clinic

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Edmonton Clinic

Opening in late 2012, the Edmonton Clinic will support the emphasis on putting patients at the centre of care at the University Hospital site by consolidating specialized, outpatient clinical care and streamlining access to numerous services and specialists.[1]

The Kaye Edmonton Clinic provides coordinated diagnostic and specialist ambulatory services to patients and their families in a fully integrated facility. Patients will benefit from seamless, outpatient clinical care and streamlined access to specialized services and specialists. The Kaye Edmonton Clinic is a partnership between Alberta Health Services and the University of Alberta, providing unprecedented educational and research opportunities for health science students, researchers and professionals to learn and practice in interdisciplinary teams.[2]


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  • University Hospital Foundation
  • Alberta Health Services

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