Health care and medical information

The Saskatchewan health care system is made up of many provincial, regional and local organizations working together. The Province of Saskatchewan’s Ministry of Health oversees the direction of the health care system. Most health services in Regina are provided through the Regina Qu’Appelle Health Region.

Saskatchewan Ministry of Health
Address: 1942 Hamilton Street, Regina, SK  S4P 4W2

To access health care and doctors, you need a Saskatchewan Health Card for each individual in your family.

Once you move to Regina to live you should submit an application for a Saskatchewan Health Card for yourself and each member of your family that moved with you to determine if you are eligible for a health card. The Saskatchewan Health Card covers the costs of most physician and hospital services received in Canada. You may be required to pay for health care services if you do not have a health card.

Getting a health card

Online: The recommended way to apply for a Saskatchewan Health Card is online at

Phone: You can also phone and ask to receive an application for a health card by mail. Call (306) 787-3251 or 1-800-667-7551 (toll-free in North America)

Hospitals and clinics

Regina Qu’Appelle Health Region (RQHR) – The RQHR is the largest health care delivery system in southern Saskatchewan. It offers a full range of hospital, rehabilitation, community and public health, long term care and home care services.

Regina Qu’Appelle Health Region
Emergencies: phone 911 (ambulance fees are chargeable to the patient)
Phone: 306-766-5100
Address: 2180 – 23rd Avenue, Regina, SK  S4S 0A5
Green-bordered pages in the centre of the telephone directory provides information on health services in the Regina Qu’Appelle Health Region

The RQHR has two major hospitals in the city:

Regina General Hospital
Phone: 306-766-4444
Address: 1440 – 14th Avenue, Regina, SK S4P 0W5

Pasqua Hospital
Phone: 306-766-2222
Address: 4101 Dewdney Avenue, Regina, SK S4T 1A5

A list of doctors accepting new patients

A list of walk-in clinics (doctors offices that don’t require you to make an appointment before visiting):

Other health care providers – There are many physicians’ offices, clinics and private health care providers.  These can be found on the Internet or in the telephone directory.

Personal health questions – HealthLine is a confidential 24-hour, seven-day-a-week health information and support telephone line, staffed by health professionals. HealthLine is available to anyone in the province free of charge. Services are offered in English with translation available in over 100 languages. HealthLine is a service provided by the Province of Saskatchewan.Ministry of Health.

Phone: 811