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South Health Campus

South Health Campus
Alberta Health Services
SHC in the winter
South Health Campus is located in Calgary
South Health Campus
Location in Calgary
Location 4448 - Front St SE, Calgary, Alberta, Canada
Care system Public Medicare (Canada)
Emergency department Yes
Helipad TC LID: CSH3
Beds 269
Website South Health Campus
Lists Hospitals in Canada

South Health Campus (SHC) is a large hospital in Calgary, in Alberta, Canada. It is administered by Alberta Health Services.

The South Health Campus has 2,400 full-time equivalent staff, approximately 180 physicians, 269 inpatient beds, 11 operating rooms and will serve 200,000 outpatient visits and perform 2,500 births every year.

The hospital contains just over 250 beds. It includes a 24 hours emergency department, an intensive care unit (ICU), as well as day surgery units.

The building was developed by Alberta Infrastructure, and the first phase was built at a cost of $1.31 billion. The entire South Health Campus is expected to open in 2017 it is expected to have 642 beds and the capacity to handle 800,000 ambulatory visits per year.


  • Programs and Services 1
  • Alberta Health Services 2
  • Parking 3
  • See also 4
  • References 5
  • External links 6

Programs and Services

The facility offers a number of Programs and Services[1]

  • 24 Hour Blood Pressure Monitoring Service
  • Addiction Services - Adolescent Outpatient
  • Advanced Venous Access Service
  • Alberta Hip and Knee Clinics
  • Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis Clinic
  • Anticoagulation Management Services
  • Atrial Fibrillation Clinic
  • Bronchoscopy Services
  • Calgary Headache Assessment & Management Program
  • Cardiac Arrhythmia Service
  • Cardiac Devices ( Pacemaker and ICD) Services
  • Cardiology - Electrocardiogram Services
  • Cardiology - Inpatients
  • Cardiovascular Laboratories - Echocardiography
  • Cardiovascular Laboratories - Nuclear Cardiology
  • Cast Clinic
  • Clinical Neurophysiology Lab
  • Consultation Liaison Service - Mental Health
  • Day Surgery
  • Department of Family Medicine, Family Medicine Clinic
  • Diagnostic Imaging Services
  • Emergency Services
  • Endocrinology Services
  • Epilepsy Care Clinic
  • Exercise Stress Test
  • Gastrointestinal Services - Outpatients
  • General Internal Medicine Clinic
  • General Medicine - Inpatients
  • Hand Clinic
  • Heart Function Clinic
  • Hematology - Outpatients
  • Hepatology Clinic
  • Hip and Knee Clinic
  • Holter Monitoring
  • Home Parenteral Therapy Program
  • Infectious Diseases
  • Intensive Care Services - Critical Care Medicine
  • Internal Medicine Urgent Care Clinic
  • Interventional Radiology/Angiography
  • Laboratory Services
  • Medical Day Treatment
  • Minor Surgery Clinic
  • Mobile Response Team
  • Multiple Sclerosis Clinic
  • Neurology - Outpatients
  • Neurology - Inpatients
  • Neuromuscular Clinic
  • Orthopaedic Services - Inpatients
  • Orthopaedic Services - Outpatients
  • Patient E-mail Well Wishes
  • Post Anaesthetic Care Unit
  • Pre-Admission Clinic
  • Psychiatric Emergency Services
  • Psychiatry - Inpatient
  • Pulmonary Diagnostics Unit
  • Rapid Access Unit
  • Rheumatology - Outpatients
  • Surgical Outpatient Clinic
  • Transition Services - Acute Care
  • Urgent Neurology Clinic
  • Volunteer Resources

Alberta Health Services

The South Health Campus is one of twelve hospitals in the Calgary zone that has a population of 1,408,606 and an average life expectancy of 82.9 years.[2]


The South Health Campus has three parking lots with payment options including passes: visitor/patient monthly ($85), weekly ($41), daily ($13) or half-hour ($2.00 per half hour or portion)with some discounts for seniors, etc., with authorization forms. A general monthly pass with no authorization form costs $125 if available. one of the lots is designated for Emergency parking.[3]

See also


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External links

  • South Health Campus
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