More patients than ever are receiving surgery in Saskatchewan, as health regions reduce wait times while managing increased demand.Read More
Feb. 13 - Max Hendricks has been appointed Deputy Minister of Health effective February 15, 2014.Read More
Feb. 3 - The third-quarter report on losses of public money within Saskatchewan health organizations has been tabled with the Standing Committee on Public Accounts.Read More
Jan. 30 - Counter service for both Vital Statistics and the province's health services card is available February 3 at their new permanent location in downtown Regina.Read More
Jan. 23 - There are confirmed cases of measles in Saskatchewan. Health officials are advising the public of the potential for risk of exposure.Read More
Jan. 23 - Surgical teams across the province continue to work toward the goal of improving surgical care and reducing patient wait times to less than three months from the time surgery is planned by March 2014.Read More
Jan. 21 - A large segment of Saskatchewan's population will again have access to influenza immunizations, following the arrival of a shipment of FluMist vaccine.
Jan. 20 - The Regina Qu'Appelle Health Region and the Ministry of Health are currently investigating two suspect cases of measles in the region, and are taking steps to notify members of the public who may have been exposed.Read More
Jan. 20 - Saskatchewan is again offering an innovative program that encourages young people to think critically about tobacco use. View and Vote 5 will be available to schools province-wide, beginning during National Non-Smoking Week, January 19-25, 2014.Read More
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