Saskatchewan Health Insurance
The Saskatchewan Medical Care Insurance Plan covers a wide range of services provided by physicians, chiropractors and optometrists, as well as some services provided by dentists. The plan pays for insured services on a fee-for-service basis, in accordance with medical care insurance payment schedules.
Health services in Saskatchewan are delivered by 12 regional health authorities. Major services of responsibility include: Hospitals; Health centres, wellness centres, social centres and more.
Five Hills Regional Health Authority Board
Services offered by the health region are: acute care, geriatric/long term care, transition beds, home care, public health, mental health, podiatry, and addictions services as well as CT scanning, hyperbaric oxygen therapy, physiotherapy, podiatry, occupational therapy, diabetic counselling, cardiac rehabilitation and an exercise program.
Blue Cross, Saskatchewan
Saskatchewan Blue Cross is a Saskatchewan company committed to providing supplementary health benefits to the people of our province. We've been taking care of Saskatchewan families since 1946!
Find a Dentist !
Oral health care is a personalized service that requires a good relationship between the dentist and the patient. Here are some ways to find a dentist in your area.
Find a Doctor !
Health care is a personalized service that requires a good relationship between the doctor and the patient. Here are some ways to find a doctor in your area.
Opportunities for Medical Practice in Saskatchewan
The Saskatchewan Physician Recruitment Project is to connect interested physicians with employers in Saskatchewan that are in need of a physician. The Saskatchewan Physician Recruitment Project is supported by the 12 Health Authorities throughout Saskatchewan in developing and enhancing their recruitment efforts.
Saskatchewan Cancer Agency
To deliver effective and sustainable research, education, prevention, early detection, treatment and supportive care programs for the control of cancer in Saskatchewan.
Saskatchewan Institute on Prevention of Handicaps
The Saskatchewan Institute on Prevention of Handicaps is a non-profit organization that helps the people of Saskatchewan learn to prevent disabling conditions in children.
Primary Eye Care
Primary Eye Care Centre (PECC) is dedicated to providing the people of Southern Saskatchewan with the finest, complete eye care possible with the latest, state of the art equipment in a caring, informative and friendly environment.
The Victorian Order of Nurses for Canada (VON Canada) is a national health care organization and a federally registered charity that has been caring for the lives and well being of Canadians in their homes and local communities since 1897.
Do you or someone you know have a disability ? Here is a collection of links to helpful and informative web sites.
Health Associations in Canada
Extensive list of Health Related Associations.
Canada Health Act is to ensure that all eligible residents of Canada have reasonable access to medically necessary insured services on a prepaid basis, without direct charges at the point of service.
Health Care in Canada
Health Care is availabe to all Canadians as established by the Federal Government's Canada Health Act. Health Care Insurance plans have basic similarities across the country including coverage of medically necessary hospital services and the services of a physician, however, any further coverage varies from province to province based on additional provincial funding.