Regional Health Authorities
Kelsey Trail Health Region
Board Chair: Rennie Harper
The Kelsey Trail Regional Health Authority is responsible for the planning, organization, delivery and evaluation of health services it is to provide within its health region and within any other area that may be directed by the minister. In carrying out its responsibilities the regional health authority shall:
A regional health authority board consists of not more than 12 members appointed by the Lieutenant-Governor in Council, who also designates the chair and vice-chair.
Members of regional health authorities should be prepared to meet regularly, usually once per month. Regional health authorities may also strike subcommittees on particular issues and members should be prepared to participate.
To apply for appointment to a regional health authority, please review the information on Becoming a Board Member (see link below) and complete the Declaration of Interest form.
The appointment of regional health authority and Cancer Agency board members, eligibility, expectations and remuneration.
A network of health regions, the Saskatchewan Cancer Agency and health care organizations provide health services to Saskatchewan residents.