With the continued increase in COVID-19 cases, SHA is implementing the next phase of its
surge plan. Our goal is to avoid broad service reductions in the health care system with targeted slowdowns of some services to minimize patient, client and resident impact.
As such, some SHA facilities are currently experiencing temporary disruptions to services and may be temporarily closed to the public.
Given the rapidly changing nature of this situation, we recommend that you call to confirm if or how a facility/service is affected before attempting to access services.
More information on COVID, including the
self-assessment tool, is available at
saskatchewan.ca/covid19. Please remember to call 911 for emergencies.
Please remember to call 911 for emergencies.
COVID-19 outbreaks in Saskatchewan can be viewed on the
Government of Saskatchewan's COVID-19 website. Some outbreaks may not be reflected in these listings.
In an outbreak situation, family presence is restricted to Level 3 - End of Life only (SHA Family Presence Policy Directive) unless otherwise communicated by the local Medical Health Officer.
Care teams are encouraged to support virtual family presence when restrictions limit in-person visits.
Use the map below to learn about service impacts to SHA facilities. Click on the red pins for more information about service impacts for that specific location. You can also switch the view to a list that shows all locations in a table format.
We recognize how difficult this time is for patients and families. The decision to continue to limit visitation is guided by the need to protect our residents, patients and health care teams during COVID-19.
Further information is available on the
Government of Saskatchewan website.
Click the Visitor Restrictions/Family Presence checkbox on the map below for a list of current visitor restrictions.
* This list may not be inclusive of all service impacts at all SHA facilities. Please phone a facility directly for the most up-to-date information.
Family Presence in Long Term Care
Effective May 30th, 2021, all residents in long-term care and personal care homes can welcome up to two family members or visitors indoors and four outdoors at one time. Visitors do not need to be the same people. Further information available on the Government of Saskatchewan website.
Family and support persons visiting must follow public health guidelines on masking, physical distancing, hand hygiene, temperature screening, and may be offered an optional rapid antigen test. Residents who leave a care home must abide by all Public Health Order measures in place, including current restrictions on indoor and outdoor gatherings. Residents are not required to quarantine after an outing.
Medical Health Officers will continue to have discretion to introduce or maintain restrictions, depending on factors such as community transmission or COVID-19 cases within a home. Click the Visitor Restrictions/Family Presence checkbox on the map below for a list of current visitor restrictions.