About Us

A State of the Art Facility with National and International Recognition

The Centennial Centre for Mental Health and Brain Injury is a state of the art centre that treats and cares for people with psychiatric disorders and those who have suffered brain injury. Located in the community of Ponoka, within the parkland region of Alberta, the Centennial Centre is one of the most modern mental health referral centres in Western Canada.

Our Centre is the home to an innovative and highly trained group of mental health and brain injury professionals. Combined with a state of the art facility, the staff are able to provide patients and families with the highest quality care possible. The facility houses over 800 staff, including 20 psychiatrists and physicians, 200 psychiatric and registered nurses as well as other professionals. We focus on excellence and innovation, and our patients receive care that is second to none.

The Centennial Centre is also home to the Grant MacEwan University - School of Registered Psychiatric Nursing. It is a growing training centre for medical and allied professionals in psychiatric, geriatric, and brain injury specialties. The School of Registered Psychiatric Nursing is located onsite at the Dave Russell Education Complex so that students are able to gain real world experience.

The Centennial Centre for Mental Health and Brain Injury is a part of Alberta Health Services. To learn more about AHS, or if you are interested in a career with AHS, please visit www.albertahealthservices.ca.