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Find how the Government of Saskatchewan governs and serves the province.
Find a government service and access your Saskatchewan.ca Account.
Find information about HIV-AIDS, Lyme Disease, Exposure to Blood and Body Fluids, and Transfusion Medicine.
Learn more about ordering and processing Fecal Immunochemical Tests with a link to the Saskatchewan Cancer Agency fro even more information.
Learn more about the Chronic Disease Management – Quality Improvement Program and about Diabetes.
Guidelines for the prevention and control of communicable diseases.
Learn more about current public health issues including Novel Respiratory Virus and Ebola.
Provincial guidelines for testing for and treatment of gonorrhea in Saskatchewan.
Learn more about your health card and the services you can access as well as eligibility for additional health coverage.
Information on topics for Infection Control Practitioners, Medical Health Officers, other healthcare professionals, and the public.
Information for health providers about H7N9 avian influenza (novel influenza virus), MERS-CoV (novel coronavirus), Measles, and the Immunization or Mask Policy in Saskatchewan.
The Saskatchewan Immunization Manual provides evidence-based and standardized immunization-related information and is the primary immunization resource for public health personnel and other health care providers, health care students, and post-secondary institutions in the province.
The Saskatchewan Disease Control Laboratory Compendium of Tests is a central point for Saskatchewan Disease Control Laboratory information.
Use these World Health Organization Growth charts to monitor the growth of infants and children.
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