Kindersley Health & Family Services

The Kindersley Integrated Health Care Facility consists of the Kindersley District Hospital and Heritage Manor located at 1003 1st Street West. Acute, long-term care, and emergency health services are provided by the Saskatchewan Health Authority. See Available Health Services below.

The Kindersley Clinic is located beside the Kindersley Hospital on 1st Street West and has a team of general physicians who are available for appointments and emergency on-call care at the Kindersley Hospital.

Community and Mental health services are also provided in Kindersley and surrounding area by:

West Central Crisis and Family Support Centre 
105 Colton Drive

Canadian Mental Health Association 
113 2nd Avenue East

Sask Central Victim Services
300 8th Avenue West

Available Health Services

The following is intended to provide you with important information regarding health services availability in Kindersley and how to access those services.

In the event of an Emergency please remember to: CALL 911.

Local EMS or a neighboring EMS unit will be immediately dispatched and will transport you to the nearest facility providing emergency services while providing the emergency care you need.

If you have questions in regards to your health or the health of a family member:

You will speak to a Registered Nurse regarding non‐emergency health questions. They can also provide advice and help you to decide if you should call 911 to access an ambulance or go to the nearest hospital emergency room.

Health Services in Kindersley and Surrounding Area 

The Kindersley & District Health Centre offers inpatient services for medical, obstetrical and surgical care patients. The facility offers 26 acute care beds (including newborn, program and overflow beds) with 24 hour RN coverage.
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The Region employs an Autism Spectrum Disorder Consultant three Autism Support workers, and a social worker who provide services to children with autism spectrum disorders from age 0 to 18 years. The Autism Consultant is located in Kindersley with services available throughout the region. To contact the Autism Consultant please call 306‐463-1000 ext. 2549

Community Inclusion Support Services provides support services to clients who have intellectual challenges and work with clients and families to obtain the supports and respite they need for clients transitioning from school into the community. The Program Coordinator is headquartered in Unity and can be reached at 306‐228‐2666 Ext. 262

COPS is a program of the Saskatchewan Cancer Agency coordinated by the Saskatoon Cancer Centre in partnership with Saskatchewan Health Authority and is available at the Kindersley & District Health Centre. COPS centres have nurses and pharmacists who are specially trained in providing cancer care.

The cancer physicians (Oncologists) have responsibility for the overall management and prescribing of treatments, thus as a patient you are required to have a referral from your Oncologist to receive treatment (chemotherapy and/or supportive) at the COPS centre.

There is a Dental Health Educator for the region located in Rosetown. She is presently involved in a prevention program doing fluoride varnishes and sealants on children who have been identified as at risk for future dental caries. For further information on these or other dental prevention programs, please call 306‐882‐6413 ext 238.

Laboratory and X-ray services are available at the Kindersley & District Health Centre. Monday through Friday from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm, as well as after hours for emergencies as required. Ultrasound services are also available by booked appointment.

A Dietitian is based at the Kindersley & District Heath Centre 5 days/ wk and provides scheduled clinic days in Eston, Eatonia and Kerrobert. For appointments please call 306‐463‐1000 ext 223.
Diabetes Nurse Educator
A Diabetes Nurse Educator is available at Kindersley & District Health Centre and also travels to Kerrobert. For appointments please call: 306‐463–1000 ext. 222.

Home Support Services are available 7 days/week in Kindersley and area and Home Care Nursing services are available 5 days/week. Wellness Clinics are also held in a variety of locations in Kindersley approximately twice a month. To arrange Home Care Services or to book a Wellness Clinic appointment contact the Client Care Coordinator at Kindersley Home Care 306‐463‐4944.

The Region receives funding from the Ministry of Education’s Kids First Program to employ a Community Developer. The Community Developer works with community members to provide services to families of young children such as literacy programming and Family Resource Centres. The Community Developer has an office in the Kindersley & District Health Centre and can be reached at 306‐463‐1000 ext. 314.
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Kindersley & District Health Centre has 79 long term and program beds (including respite and palliative care). For inquiries/assessments please call the Client Care Coordinator at 306‐463‐4944.

In the Kindersley & District Health Centre a Community Mental Health Nurse provides services to clients with chronic mental health illnesses, Adult and Child & Youth Counselors provide individual counseling services, Addiction Counselors and the Youth Outreach Worker provide alcohol, drug and gambling counseling. To arrange for an appointment to see any of the Mental Health and Addictions Staff contact the toll‐free Centralized Intake Line for Mental Health and Addictions: 1‐866‐268‐9139.

If you are expecting, please discuss your options for delivery with your family physician.

A Physiotherapist, Occupational Therapist and Community Therapy Aide provide therapy services Monday to Friday from 8 am to 4:30 pm at Kindersley & District Health Centre. To book an appointment please call 306‐463‐1000 ext. 326 on Tuesdays, Wednesdays or Thursdays.

The Kindersley & District Health Centre provides outpatient services. Outpatient services are typically anticipated or scheduled and require a physician order. i.e. dressing changes, suture/staple removal, or medication injections/infusions.

Diagnostic Services

Laboratory and X‐ray services are available at the Kindersley & District Health Centre Monday through Friday from 8:00am to 5:00pm as well as after hours for emergencies as required. Ultrasound services are also available by booked appointment.

In some instances, your local pharmacist may have the ability to extend your refill or provide an emergency supply of prescribed medications. Community pharmacists have the ability to prescribe certain medications for specific minor ailment conditions, including:

  • Minor acne;
  • Insect bites;
  • Cold sores;
  • Allergic rhinitis;
  • Oral thrush;
  • Diaper rash; and
  • Canker Sores.

For further information on these or other Saskatchewan Health Authority services please call 306‐882‐4111 or visit:

Physician services are provided at the Kindersley Clinic. The Kindersley Clinic is open Monday – Thursday from 8:30am to 5:00pm and Friday from 9:00am to 5:00pm. For an appointment please call 306‐463‐2621. The public is urged to seek non‐emergent care at the clinic.

Emergency Room Service

The emergency department of the Kindersley & District Health Centre is staffed with trained Registered Nurses who have access to an on call physician 24 hours a day and are able to provide emergency assessment and stabilization services.

A Podiatrist provides a clinic in the Kindersley & District Health Centre on the 4th Tuesday of every month. On each Tuesday of the month, the Advanced Foot Care Nurse provides services on an appointment basis. For appointments, please call 306‐882‐6413 ext. 276.

Public Health Nurses and an International Travel and Public Health Nurse are located in Kindersley. They provide child health clinics throughout the month in the facility as well as providing clinics and immunization services in the schools and community of Kindersley, Eatonia, Eston and surrounding areas.

The Public Health Nurse is also available upon request for prenatal, postnatal and breastfeeding support. To speak to a Public Health Nurse please call 306‐463‐ 1000 ext. 277,227,228 or 224. To schedule a travel clinic appointment please call 306‐882‐2672 ext. 3 option 3. The Public Health Inspector is based in the Kindersley & District Health Centre and does regular visits to restaurants, businesses, water plants, pools, etc. covering the Kindersley Public Health Services Area. Please call 306‐463‐1000 ext. 235.

An Early Childhood Speech Language Pathologist (SLP) provides services to children from 0 to school entrance. The SLP is headquartered in Rosetown and can be reached at 306‐882‐6413 Ext. 290.

Kindersley & District Health Centre provides regularly scheduled surgical services with local surgeons and anesthetists as well as visiting (itinerant) surgeons. Itinerant surgical specialties include orthopedics, gynecology, general and endoscopy. You are encouraged to discuss your surgical options with your referring physician as you may be eligible to have your surgery performed in Kindersley.

Access to Volunteer services (volunteers for meals on wheels, drivers for clients to appointments) is available through the Volunteer Services Coordinator at the Kindersley & District Health Centre 306‐463‐1000 ext. 204.

Other Health Services

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