Primary health care is the everyday care we need to protect, maintain or restore our health. For most people, it’s the first point of contact with the health care system and the most frequently used health service.
Learn more about primary health care in Saskatchewan and what it means for patients, health providers and communities.
Collaborative Emergency Centres (CECs) are open seven days a week and provide extended hours of primary health care and 24/7 emergency care. Learn how residents benefit from improved access and more reliable health care services through CECs.
Learn what primary health care means for communities and how community members can have a voice in the design and delivery of services that best address their local needs.
Learn what primary health care means for patients, find resources and tools to help you manage your health, search for a family physician.
Team based primary health care allows all team members to work to the top of their scope of practice, and increases patient access to better coordinated and expanded services. Learn more about what primary health care means for teams in Saskatchewan.
Get inspired by these examples of how primary health care providers and communities work together to improve patient care in Saskatchewan.
Meet the health professionals who could work together as part of a primary health care team to meet your and your family’s health care needs.