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Saskatoon Health Region

The Saskatoon Health Region is the largest health region in Saskatchewan, Canada. Primarily based in the city of Saskatoon, the health region operates out of 75 facilities, including 10 hospitals, 29 long term care facilities, and numerous primary health care sites, public health centres, mental health and addictions centres, and community-based facilities. The health region is the largest employer in the province with a staff of 12,877. [1]

Major Referral Hospitals (in Saskatoon)

The city of Saskatoon has three major hospitals that serve the local community as well as being referral centers within the region and province:

Regional Hospitals

The following regional hospitals are located in larger communities within the region:

Community Health Centres

  • Borden Primary Health Centre (Borden)
  • Delisle Primary Health Centre (Delisle)
  • LeRoy Community Health & Social Centre (LeRoy, Saskatchewan)
  • Nokomis Health Centre (Nokomis)
  • Quill Lake Community Health & Social Centre (Quill Lake)
  • Spalding Community Health Centre (Spalding)
  • Strasbourg & District Health Centre (Strasbourg)
  • Watson Community Health Centre (Watson)
  • Wynyard Community Health Centre (Wynyard)

References

  1. ^ Saskatoon Health Region About Us

External links

  • Saskatoon Health Region

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