Northeast Community Health Centre Family Health Clinic


Staff consists of full-time and part-time faculty physicians, a nurse practitioner, registered nurses and full-time assistants who provide primary health care to patients within the Northeast area of Edmonton. In addition to common patient presentations, the family health clinic aims to support population groups who have specific barriers to accessing and/or utilizing health services such as:

  • Low income families, especially those with young children
  • Youth who may be uncomfortable seeking health from mainstream health professionals
  • Aboriginal populations
  • People with high risk lifestyles, including addictions
  • People with significant mental health concerns and social barriers
  • Socially and medically complex patients

Ongoing research participation opportunities include: 

  • Case-based paper on harm reduction practice
  • Evidence based medicine
  • Healthcare costs
  • Or, your own research project

Learning Opportunities

  • Weekly morning seminars
  • Practice simulated office oral (SOO) workshops
  • Practice quality improvement projects
  • Work as part of a multi-disciplinary team
  • A diverse and challenging patient population
  • Multiple services that can be consulted in person
  • A great continual learning environment
  • Dedicated physicians
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Dr. Marco Mannarino

Site Director & Associate Clinical Professor

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Dr. Anson Dong

Clinic Preceptor & Clinical Lecturer


Dr. Caitlin Finley

Clinical Lecturer


Dr. Christina Korownyk

Professor & Chair, Dept of Family Medicine

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Dr. Debora Corby

Assistant Clinical Professor & Clinical Preceptor

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Dr. Robert Turner

Clinical Preceptor

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Dr. Shakibeh Edani

Assistant Clinical Professor & Clinic Preceptor