Health Facility Condition Evaluation

Facility condition evaluation is a key tool for government and Alberta Health Services, long-term capital planning processes. It assists with determining priorities for investing in maintenance, upgrades and new infrastructure.

Reviews are ongoing within a five-year cycle so that each health facility is re-evaluated five years following its last review. The evaluation report generated from each review provides a "snapshot" of the physical condition and building systems at that specific point in time. The review anticipates the amount and cost of maintenance work that may be required over the next five years to keep the health facility in optimal condition.

Health and safety of public facilities are of the utmost priority. Any situation or condition that would impact patient, staff or visitor safety or program operation are addressed immediately and would not be reflected in the evaluation report. 

ABHS - Calgary

ABHS - Central

ABHS - Edmonton

ABHS - North

ABHS - South

Health Facility Condition Index

To assist in planning long-term maintenance and repair, all major health facilities undergo an independent audit, approximately every five years. There are times when additional information is identified that could impact the Facility Condition Index (FCI) click here to find out what changes were made in 2012-13 and how it impacted the FCI for those facilities.