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      Wednesday, March 04, 2015
Visit for health information

The Saskatchewan health care system is made up of many provincial, regional and local organizations working together to ensure we have healthy people in healthy communities.

The Minister of Health oversees the strategic direction of the system. Saskatchewan Health oversees and co-ordinates the delivery of health services in the province.

Most services are delivered through the province's regional health authorities (health regions), their affiliated organizations, and the Saskatchewan Cancer Agency.

Click on your health region, or see the list of communities to determine your health region.

A network of health regions, the Saskatchewan Cancer Agency and health care organizations provide health services to Saskatchewan residents.

Affiliated organizations or individuals providing health services by agreement with a health region.

Is an independent agency that measures and reports on quality of care in Saskatchewan, promotes improvement, and engages its partners in building a better health system.

The purpose and structure of Saskatchewan Health, plus accountability documents.

Health Partnerships

Saskatchewan's health system relies on partnerships at local, regional, provincial, national and international level that enable Saskatchewan to provide quality health services that meet the needs of our communities.


Find wait times and surgeon information.

Apply online, update address, or report family status change.

Information on Primary Health Care in Saskatchewan
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Click here for a map of locations of available Addictions Services.
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Info on health coverage when you're away from Saskatchewan
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