The regional health authorities (health regions) and the Saskatchewan Cancer Agency provide most health services in Saskatchewan, either directly or through health care organizations.
Your health region can help you find out which physicians are taking new patients.
Use the online Specialist Directory to find a surgeon for you.
Find health services and facilities using our searchable map to find the type of facility you're looking for.
Use the health region map to find the health region for your area with links to contact information.
Learn more about how Regional Health Authorities are governed, their policies and procedures, and how to become a board member.
Public Health Officers safeguard the environment and health of the Saskatchewan public through inspections, education, consultation, monitoring, and enforcement of health legislation, regulations and standards.
Find contact information for your public health office.
The Saskatchewan Population Health Council (SPHC) works to create public health system that empowers its workforce to improve the health outcomes of the Saskatchewan population; enables evidence-informed policy and strategy development; links strategy with operations; and enhances coordination and collaboration within the health system and beyond.