Saskatchewan Health Authority is only one year old today, but much has happened in 2018 that deserves our recognition.
Annual Report to the Community features articles and photos that tell our story, highlights noteworthy initiatives, and outlines our direction and priorities. Weaved throughout are the voices of patients and families who are using our services and helping shape our system.
Take a few moments to read our shared story and thank you to everyone for contributing to our first year.
Chief Executive Officer Scott Livingstone reflects on what we've accomplished and where we're going as an organization.
Chief Medical Officer Dr. Susan Shaw's favourite memory from our first year took place at Batoche.
Chief Nursing Officer Sharon Garratt is proud of our commitment to patient-and family-centred care.
Having patients and families take part in improving health care just makes sense to Wendy Kopciuch, a Regina-based patient and family advisor.
This slide presentation/report reflects on year one results of the Saskatchewan Health Authority as reported to the Board of Directors at their public meeting November 21, 2018.
One year after beginning operations, the Saskatchewan Health Authority (SHA) is better positioned than ever to build a health system that truly works for patients, families and residents and achieve its vision of Healthy People, Healthy Saskatchewan.