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CPSA just launched a new webpage that walks through the process of opening, building or renovating a medical clinic that does not require accreditation in Alberta.
This helpful guide contains information for construction and design teams, physician and non-physician clinic owners, managers and staff to follow throughout the three stages of opening a medical clinic, as well as the fourth stage of closing the clinic. The webpage has links to resources from CPSA and our partners in the healthcare system to make the process as easy and simplified as possible on the journey to a clinic welcoming its first patient and beyond.
Learn more about the process of opening, building or renovating a medical clinic in Alberta by visiting the newly-launched webpage. You can find it on cpsa.ca under “Facilities & Clinics.”
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