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Did you know that vaccinations have a schedule?
It’s true! Immunizations for children have a detailed schedule that is easy to follow. All immunizations should be administered according to this schedule for them to be the most effective.
Blooms for Healthcare blossoms for patients, staff
The bedding plants are ordered; the planters, flower and shrub beds will soon be prepared; and volunteers are eagerly awaiting the annual planting bee at health care facilities in Lloydminster.
Did you know it’s important to talk to your family about organ and tissue donation?
There are many ways you can indicate you’d like to donate your organs and tissue after death. One is adding an organ and tissue donor sticker to your Saskatchewan Health Card.
Did you know a breast mammogram is recommended every two years for women over 50?
A mammogram is a low-dose X-ray of the breast. With regular mammograms, changes in the breast can be detected for most women even when they are too small for you or your doctor to feel or see.
Surgeons present research on Saskatchewan Spine Pathway
Low back pain is a very common condition. Through the Saskatchewan Spine Pathway (SSP), primary care providers are educated about conservative management of low back pain.
Did You Know that walk-in clinics / extended hours Family Practices are private businesses?
Walk-in clinics are private businesses that are often attached to a family medicine physician office.
Swift Current home to The Golden Gloves
They call themselves The Golden Gloves. Ten long-term care residents have begun strapping on boxing gloves to improve coordination, strength and stability, and have a great time to boot.
Safer inhalation supplies ready to distribute
SHA Commits to Truth and Reconciliation
Major Donation Vaults SHNB Fundraising Campaign Over the Top
SHA Security Review Process Complete
Saskatchewan Health Authority Marks One-Year Milestone
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SHA welcomes new physician to Porcupine Plain
Leader and District Healthcare Facility to Re-open Monday
Saskatchewan Health Authority committed to meeting long-term care needs in Regina and Grenfell
SHA welcomes new physician to Hudson Bay
Swift Current helicopter landing pad now operational
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