Strengthening Inner City Health!
We focus on complex health needs of vulnerable inner city people by providing varied and flexible primary health care and health promotion services.
BMHC is the only non-profit community owned and operated health centre in Edmonton and area.
Addictions and Mental Health services and supports embedded in Primary Health Care. Integrated interdisciplinary health care that is person centred.
News & Events
Check Out These Videos About Community Health CentresCHC'S: Flying Together
CHCíS: TEAM-BASED CARE
CHCíS: FAMILY MEDICINE
CHCíS: EVERY ONE MATTERS
CHC: A CLOSER LOOK
CHCíS: IMPROVING QUALITY
Yes, all the videos and examples are from elsewhere, mostly Ontario. Hopefully one day we can afford to make our own video. These days every bit of our resources are directed to program delivery. Will it work in Alberta? Yes it does. The first CHC in Canda dates back to 1926 in Winnipeg. We've been here since 1980, and The Alex and CUPS in Calgary before that. The CHC model gives us a basic structure. "We don't need to re-invent or rename the wheel, but we can design the tread to suit local conditions". Innovation is not always about new and shiny, it's also about adapting and applying existing concepts and ideas with good track record, as they are, or in new and innovative ways."
BMHC, A Moment in Time
A Snapshot in Words
Check out What's Happening at our Pathways to Housing Program
The Pathways to Post NewsletterThe Pathways Post, September 2016
The Pathways Post, July 2016
The Pathways Post, June 2016>
The Pathways Post, May 2016
The Pathways Post, April 2016
The Pathways Post, January 2016
The Pathways Post, November 2015
Boyle McCauley Health Centre Honored to be part ofThe Chronicle of Social Change
Channeling Brain Science into Change
Chronicle of Social Change, Grant Recipients
The Palix Foundation
Video - BMHC's Dr. Mosaico puts toxic stress in context for clinic clients at 7:13
Alberta Family Wellness - Resource Library
Alliance for Strong Families and Communities
Youtube Video Link
Making a Difference in People's Lives!
What the Clients are Saying
About Pathways to Housing Edmonton
- Boyle McCauley Health Centre On Breakfast Televison - A big thanks to City TV and everyone at Breakfast Televison Edmonton for being here and for the video
Dare to reach out your hand into
the darkness, to pull another hand
into the light.
Norman B. Rice
Volunteer for Health
Whether it's a dental hygienist, foot care volunteer, board member or community resident willing to shop and prepare food for specific programs, volunteers are significant in the work of the centre.
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