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Regional Public Health Inspectors

Contact the Public Health Office in your health region for information about public health concerns in your community.

1. Health Inspection Offices: Contact Information

The province's health regions are responsible for conducting public health inspections within their geographic area. Contact the inspection office in your health region:

Cypress Health Region 

Five Hills Health Region

Heartland Health Region
306-882-2672 (choose Extension 3, then Option 3)

Kelsey Trail Health Region

Prairie North Health Region

Prince Albert Parkland Health Region

Regina Qu'Appelle Health Region

Saskatoon Health Region

Sunrise Health Region 

Sun Country Health Region

Northern Health Regions:
• Athabasca Health Authority;
• Keewatin Yatthé; and
• Mamawetan Churchill  River.


2. Role of the Public Health Officer

Public Health Officers, also known as Public Health Inspectors, conduct inspections and monitor activities to safeguard the environment and health of the public.

They do this through education, consultation, inspection, monitoring, and enforcement of health legislation, regulations, and standards. This includes inspections of restaurants and other types of food facilities, communicable disease investigations, and inspection and monitoring of public recreation facilities, public accommodations, water supplies, and sewage disposal systems.

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