(403) 854-3351


(403) 854-4116


104 Fox Lake Trail, Hanna, Alberta, T0J1P0

2019 Public Health Flu Clinics

2019 Public Health Flu Clinics

At the Hanna Redeemer Lutheran Church, 1002 3rd Street West:

Monday October 28 from 1:00pm to 7:00pm
Tuesday October 29 from 1:00m to 7:00pm

At the Delia Senior Circle, 211 Main Street:

Thursday November 7 from 11:00am to 2:00pm

Please wear a short sleeved shirt and bring your Alberta Health Care Card for more information

Pelvic Health Physiotherapy Services

The Hanna Medical Clinic is pleased to welcome Corept, providing Pelvic Health Physiotherapy to the community and surrounding areas. This service does not require a physician referral, patients can call to book their own appointments at 403-854-3351 or email

Jenna will be in the Hanna Medical Clinic on Wednesdays from 8:30am to 4:30pm, starting August 21, 2019.

This service is not covered by Alberta Health Care, but can be reimbursed through benefits, if covered in your policy. (No direct billing to insurance companies)

For more information about Corept and the services provided, please visit the website at

Dr. Oghogho Imarhiagbe

The Hanna Medical Clinic is very pleased to announce that Dr. Oghogho Deborah Imarhiagbe, General Practitioner, has now joined the Hanna Medical Clinic. Appointments are available, call in to 403-854-3351 to book.

MOVING MATTERS: Including Physical Activity in Your Day

FREE Educational Workshop
This class is for anyone looking to learn more about physical activity and how to include it in their day.
In this workshop you will learn:
-Benefits and barriers to getting active
-Tips on how to increase your physical activity
-How to set personal activity goals
For more information and to register, please call the Alberta Healthy Living Program Central Zone at 1-877-314-6997

Craving Change – FREE Educational Workshop

Do you ever feel that your eating habits are out of control?  Or do you struggle to make a lasting change?

Then this class is for you!

“Change your thinking-Change your eating”

In this workshop you will:

  • Understand why you eat the way you do
  • Uncover triggers for problematic eating – emotions, situations, events, cravings
  • Gain strategies for lasting change
  • Learn tips for a healthier relationship with food

You will also receive handouts, which include tools for self-awareness, activity worksheets and personal stories.

For more information and to register, please call the Alberta Healthy Living Program Central Zone at 1-877-314-6997

Prescription To Get Active

Prescription to Get Active Program

Is for any patient who can benefit from more physical activity, is not reaching activity guidelines and does not require medical clearance or supervision when being active. Canada’s activity guidelines recommend at least 60 minutes of activity ever day for children and 150 minutes of activity per week for adults.

Ask your physician for a “Prescription to Get Active”

1. Go to and record your prescription. They will send you a getting started guide.

2. Explore the website for activities you enjoy and start moving at home and in your community.

3. Take your prescription to the Town of Hanna swimming pool or Centennial Centre (Recreation Centre) for a FREE one month access pass to explore your options.

In conjunction with the Big Country Primary Care Network. You can also make an appointment with Patrick May, Big Country PCN Wellness Co-coordinator to discuss an exercise and activity plan that will work for you.

Dr. Deborah Imarhiagbe

We are excited to announce that Dr. Deborah Imarhiagbe will be opening her practice at the Hanna Medical Clinic. We anticipate she will be joining the clinic in 2019. Please watch the webpage and Hanna Medical Clinic facebook page for further announcements and details!

Diabetes the Basics

FREE Education Workshop

This class is for people with Type 2 Diabetes, Prediabetes or at risk of developing diabetes.

Location: Hanna Learning Cntre, 401 Centre Street
Dates: Please call for next available dates and times

Registration is required, as dates and times are subject to change. For more information and to register, please call the Alberta Healthy Living Program Central Zone at 1-877-314-6997.

What you will learn:
-What diabetes is
-Why monitor blood sugar
-How medications for diabetes work
-What foods affect blood sugar
-How physical activity affect blood sugar
-What to do when you are sick
-How and Why to take care of your feet