Oct. 8 - The publicly-funded influenza vaccine will be available through public health clinics across the province, and from some physicians and Nurse Practitioners beginning October 14, 2014. The free vaccine will be offered to all Saskatchewan residents six months and older.Read More
Oct. 6 - People living with diabetes in Saskatchewan will benefit from improved access to vision care. The province now provides coverage for annual eye examinations for diabetic patients, effective October 1, 2014.Read More
Sep. 25 - Children, their families and project partners celebrated a major milestone for the Children’s Hospital of Saskatchewan (CHS) with a ground-breaking ceremony at the construction site.Read More
Sep. 22 - A new integrated facility will deliver health services in one location in the community of Leader, improving patient access and quality of care to residents.Read More
Sep. 18 - The province and its partners begin construction today on the new 225-bed Swift Current long-term care centre. Construction is scheduled to be completed by spring 2016.Read More
Sep. 10 - The Government of Saskatchewan is working to build stronger families and communities through its continued support for KidsFirst programs across the province.Read More
Aug. 28 - Saskatchewan patients with a rare form of cystic fibrosis will soon have access to a new oral medication.Read More
Aug. 15 - The introduction of community-based endoscopy service in the Regina Qu'Appelle Health Region (RQHR) will improve access to endoscopy procedures and reduce the length of time people wait for these procedures.Read More
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