The Southern Alberta Health Libraries Association (SAHLA) is an official chapter of the Canadian Health Libraries Association.

SAHLA works to promote good health information service to the community of southern Alberta by fostering and stimulating the work of health sciences and hospital libraries, encouraging communication and cooperation among members, and seeking to advance their educational development through a variety of means.

SAHLA would like to acknowledge that health libraries in southern Alberta are located on the traditional territories of the Blood Tribe, Piikani Nation, Siksika Nation, Stoney Tribe, and Tsuu T’ina Nation in Treaty 7 territory. Southern Alberta is also home to Métis Nation of Alberta, Region III.