The following provincial news release issued by the Ministry of Health is being shared with media today.
A new community health centre in Regina is providing seniors with an enhanced suite of services through a collaborative and multi-disciplinary approach to care.
“The new Gardens Community Health Centre will serve patients seven days per-week, will have extended evening hours and will provide services on weekends and holidays,” Health Minister Jim Reiter said. “These expanded services will provide care closer to home, better serve patients with complex medical health issues, and reduce emergency department visits.”
Read the rest of this news release on Government of Saskatchewan website at: https://www.saskatchewan.ca/government/news-and-media/2018/october/25/community-health-centre
Members of The Gardens Community Health Centre team pose for a picture in the reception area of the clinic after the launch event on Oct 25, 2018.
The Honorable Jim Reiter, Minister of Health, talks to The Gardens Community Health Centre team in their huddle room and with their new SMART board in the background.
Patient Family Advisor for The Gardens Community Health Centre, Rob Bridges, speaks to media regarding his experience with is new health care model.
A clinic room at The Gardens utilized by the physicians and the Seniors House Calls team.