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Regina Pharmacist Named Canadian Pharmacist of the Year
The Canadian Pharmacists Association has named Michael Stuber of Regina their Canadian Pharmacist of the Year.
Did you know our hospitals have open visiting hours?
Did you know we encourage patients to visit with their families and guests whenever possible, to the degree they are comfortable and able? An open family presence is an important part of our commitment to patient and family centred care.
Outlook volunteer coordinator gets award from Alzheimer’s Society
Leah Larson, Volunteer Services Coordinator from Outlook, was presented with the 2019 Volunteer of the Year Award from the Alzheimer’s Society at their annual general meeting in May.
Board game supports bleeding disorder education
The Saskatchewan Bleeding Disorders Program (SBDP) developed an interactive board game to help the Saskatchewan Health Authority’s LiveWell program.
SHA CEO Scott Livingstone a Sanctum Survivor
“Participating in Sanctum Survivor has really opened my eyes around some of the things we do,” said Scott Livingstone, Saskatchewan Health Authority CEO and one of the 10 Sanctum Survivor participants May 30 and 31 in Saskatoon.
Did you know that palliative care in Saskatchewan is getting some new faces?
Paramedics across the Regina area will soon be armed with a new set of knowledge and skills.
Nipawin manager shares mass casualty story
Sharing the story with others involved in emergency preparedness planning about how a small rural hospital responded to mass casualty incident is an opportunity that Linda Brothwell, the facility manager for Nipawin Hospital, thought was important.
HIV and syphilis cases in northwest Saskatchewan
Public Service Announcement: Measles Case in Saskatchewan
Six new addictions beds open at Calder Centre
New interim provincial head for pediatrics
Saskatchewan Health Authority Board approves 2019-20 operating budget and capital expenditure plan
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Five additional physicians working in Swift Current
Melfort physicians providing support for Dr. Desjardins’ patients
Turtleford Helicopter Landing Pad improves access and safety
Turning Point Program enhances testing services
"Light it Green” tomorrow for organ donation awareness
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