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Community Paramedicine program expansion in Prince Albert
June 19, 2020
With a recent increase in requests, the Community Paramedicine program in Prince Albert is being expanded temporarily.
Innovations increase ambulance capacity
June 04, 2020
Saskatchewan has increased ambulance capacity province-wide to respond to community needs anywhere in the province.
Paramedics in a pandemic
May 25, 2020
COVID-19 has transformed the way healthcare is delivered, but paramedics are still most often the first line of defense a medical emergency.
Floor hockey game new tradition for Weyburn EMS
February 05, 2020
On January 22, 2020, Weyburn EMS members Jason Roy, Jason Schmidt, Rikki Miller, Troy Miller and Daniel Kelly laced up their shoes to face off against their community’s local Special Olympics floor hockey team.
Regina Paramedics Movember success
December 09, 2019
November is no ordinary month for the paramedic team in Regina. Every year, for the past several years, many of them have joined the Movember movement, raising awareness and funds for men’s health.
Did you know that palliative care in Saskatchewan is getting some new faces?
June 06, 2019
Paramedics across the Regina area will soon be armed with a new set of knowledge and skills.
RUH Paramedic wins national award
June 05, 2019
Congratulations to Jason Trask of Saskatoon, who has been named the Paramedic Association of Canada’s 2019 Paramedic of the Year.
SHA receives two employer awards from Canadian Armed Forces
May 30, 2019
The Saskatchewan Health Authority (SHA) was honoured to receive two awards from the Canadian Armed Forces earlier this month in Ottawa.
Paramedics celebrating success
May 30, 2019
In a week dedicated to celebrating paramedics, it’s only fitting that this year’s theme for Paramedic Services Week is “Celebrating Success.”
SHA comes together to keep patients safe during Biggar wildfire
May 02, 2019
It was near midnight on Monday, April 22, when a text message sparking the need for an urgent conference call with SHA staff.
Raising the blood bag bar in Regina
April 25, 2019
In the Sirens for Life Blood Donor Challenge, Regina Paramedics reign supreme once again.
Swift Current Helipad Saves Precious Time For Critically Ill and Injured
February 14, 2019
Residents in southwest Saskatchewan now have more rapid access to life-saving critical care with a new helipad certified for use, allowing the Shock Trauma Air Rescue Service (STARS) to land at Cypress Regional Hospital in Swift Current.
Hudson Bay-Porcupine Plain EMS recognized by Canadian Forces
January 24, 2019
The Hudson Bay-Porcupine Plain EMS has been recognized for its support of three employees who are members of the Canadian Armed Forces Reserve Force.
Railway incident presents emergency responders with unique challenge
October 04, 2018
Robert Radke is not used to waiting for a ride to an accident scene, but that’s what happened after a train derailment in the early morning hours of July 4, 2018.
Community Paramedicine connects with clients in Rosetown
October 04, 2018
Johanna Heinrichs is 93 years old and as part of her medical care, receives home visits from the Rosetown Community Paramedicine providers.
Code Orange kicks SHA teams into high gear
September 27, 2018
“A collision involving a bus and a semi….” Reports of a bus crash near Kerrobert began to filter out to the public as many in Saskatchewan sat down to supper on Friday, September 14.
Canada’s Paramedic of the Year one of SHA’s own
May 03, 2018
Roger Duncalfe was recognized at a recent awards ceremony in Ottawa.
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