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Most patients have a positive experience with Saskatchewan's health care system. However, if you have questions or concerns about access to care, services, treatment, or how decisions were made, help is available to you.
If you have a concern about health services you receive, try to resolve it as soon as possible by:
If your concerns are not resolved:
If you do not feel your complaint is handled fairly and other avenues of appeal are ineffective:
For questions regarding surgery scheduling and wait times, call the Surgical Care Coordinator in the community where you are waiting for surgery. They can:
If you still have concerns about your wait for surgery:
If concerns about scheduling for surgery have not been resolved:
If concerns are not resolved:
If your cancer diagnosis is uncertain:
If you've been diagnosed with cancer and referred to the Saskatchewan Cancer Agency for treatment:
If you have a public health concern such as someone smoking where it is prohibited, or a concern about the safety of drinking water:
If you have a concern about hearing services received through the Hearing Aid Plan:
If you have concerns about hearing services received through private hearing clinics:
Quality of Care Coordinators, also called client representatives or patient advocates, investigate and try to resolve concerns about the quality of care provided and:
Contact the local Quality of Care Coordinator in your area:
Or the Quality of Care Coordinator for the organization you are dealing with:
|Athabasca Health Authority||306-439-2200|
|Saskatchewan Cancer Agency||1-866-577-6489|
|Ministry of Health||306-787-2718|
Your rights as a patient in the Saskatchewan health care system are protected by the following laws:
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