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"Our community-based family practice strives to improve the health of our communities through leadership, excellence in family medicine, education, patient centered care and community service."


Covid Update - Booking Procedures

The Foothills Family Medical Centre is now booking in-person appointments at both locations. 

COVID-19 transmission remains a concern in our communities and therefore, we will continue to apply enhanced screening, cleaning and preventative measures.

-Pre-screening will be completed for all patients before they enter the clinic.
-All patients are asked to wear a mask if they have couch or cold symptoms. 
-Continued sanitation and cleaning of the clinic and treatment rooms

Phone appointments will only be accommodated for some prescription renewals and test results.

If you have a fever, cough, runny nose or difficulty breathing, or have tested positive for COVID-19 at the time of your appointment please notify the clinic by calling 403-933-4368, self isolate and reschedule your appointment.



When You Arrive

When you arrive for your appointment, please check in with reception. A COVID-19 screening will be completed as part of our screening protocol. 

FFMC is a teaching Clinic.

You may be seen by a medical student or a family medicine resident in addition to your doctor.

Need to Cancel

We know that life happens and sometimes appointments need to be cancelled or rescheduled. Ideally, we would appreciate a 24-hour notice if you cannot make your appointment. We understand that this is not always possible, however, it does allow us to free up your visit time for another patient. Patients canceling with less than 24 hours notice may be invoiced as per our cancellation policy.

Running Late?

If you’re going to be late for your appointment, please call ahead to let us know. In some cases, there may be a delay, or you may be asked to reschedule your appointment.

Your Health Information

Your Health Records

Take charge of your health. 
MyHealth Records is an online tool that allows Albertans 14 years of age and older to view their own health records. You may access and manage your immunization records, medication history, and most lab results in one safe spot on your computer, tablet or smartphone.

Alberta’s Health Information Act (HIA) strikes a balance between the protection of privacy and enabling the appropriate amount of information sharing to provide health services and manage the health system.

Your health information is collected & protected under Alberta's Health Information Act
Questions or concerns that relate to the collection or protection of this information can be referred to
CVFP Privacy Officer 403-208-0722



Parking is conveniently located at the front entrance of our building at 114 1st Street SW, Black Diamond, AB T0L 0H0

If Parking stalls are occupied an open lot is located directly across the street from the clinic.

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