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You have options. Learn more about home care, personal care homes, and special care homes.
Find a physician who is taking new patients in your community.
Find a specialist from across the province and see wait times for services in each health region.
Learn more about the support and resources available for transgender residents
Learn if you are eligible for the Guaranteed Income Supplement for Seniors and how to apply.
Apply for, replace, or update your Health Services Card. Present your health card whenever you need health services.
Find more information about your health benefits and the Drug Plan, and learn how to apply for your health card.
Use HealthLine as a resource to help answer your health questions, or call 811 to speak to a registered nurse.
Learn more about the services and supports available to people living with disabilities in Saskatchewan.
Information on immunization programs for children and people at high risk. Learn when to get immunized and how to find or maintain your immunization record.
Learn about the influenza (flu) vaccine, provincial immunization program and how to find a flu clinic near you.
Get help paying for an insulin pump to manage your Type 1 diabetes. The Saskatchewan Insulin Pump Program helps to eliminate some financial barriers for people 25 years old or under.
Information for the public and health care providers.
Find information about procedures and expected wait times for some procedures.
Information on programs and services available to people and families looking for help with mental health, alcohol and drugs and gambling issues.
Learn more about midwives - registered specialists that assess and monitor women and their babies during pregnancy, labour, birth and the postpartum period. Registered midwives can do deliveries in the hospital or client's own home.
Information about occupational therapy, physical therapy, audiology and hearing services, and speech and language pathology services provided by the Ministry of Health and health regions.
Information about becoming an organ or tissue donor in Saskatchewan.
Get help with the costs of prescription drugs for palliative care patients who are in the late stages of terminal illnesses through the Palliative Care Program.
A program to help increase the involvement of patients and family members in planning and reviewing health care programs and services in Saskatchewan.
Learn more about primary health care in Saskatchewan and what it means for patients, health providers and communities.
Help is available if you have questions or concerns about access to health care services, treatment, or how decisions were made in the Saskatchewan health system.
Pay a maximum of $25 for prescription drugs covered by the government if you are 65 years of age or older and a resident of Saskatchewan.
Find out if you are eligible for extended health benefits through the Special Support Program and how to apply.
Learn about how you province is working to improve assessment and care for some medical conditions and streamline your journey back to better health.
Information on common sexually transmitted infections, their symptoms, prevention, treatment and clinics.
Learn about how your private health information is protected and have your questions and concerns answered.
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