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Have Your Say in Health System Restructuring

Saskatchewan residents and interested organizations are invited to provide feedback to the recently-announced advisory panel examining the restructuring of Saskatchewan’s health care system.

On August 18, the Minister of Health appointed a three person advisory panel to review the current Regional Health Authority (RHA) structure and provide advice on a system with fewer RHAs in Saskatchewan.  The panel will also look at services that could be delivered more efficiently and effectively on a provincial scale, examine RHA board governance and accountability, and identify ways to enhance measurement of health system performance.

​To have your say click on the link below to do the online survey.  If you do not wish to fill the survey out online there is also an option to complete a paper copy and mail in to the Ministry on the online page.

http://www.saskatchewan.ca/government/public-consultations/advisory-pannel-regional-health-authority-boundaries​

To see the news release about Having Your Say in Health System Restructuring click on the link below:

http://www.saskatchewan.ca/government/news-and-media/2016/august/29/health-system-restructuring​

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Outlook

Gastrointestinal Illness Outbreak Lifted in the Outlook and District Health Centre Long Term Care

Dr. Torr, Consulting Medical Health Officer for the Heartland Health Region has lifted the outbreak of gastrointestinal illness in the Outlook and District Health Centre Long Term Care effective August 16, 2016.  Visitor restrictions are no longer in place.

 

Dr. David Torr, Consulting Medical Health Officer for the Heartland Health Region has declared an outbreak of gastrointestinal illness in  Long Term Care at the Outlook and District Health Centre Long Term Care effective August 5, 2016.  Visitor restrictions are currently in place for Long Term Care  in the facility.

Gastrointestinal Illness Outbreak Outlook LTC revised August 2016

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Heartland Health Region Releases 2015-16 Annual Report

Heartland Health Region has had many successes in achieving its goals of Better Health, Better Care, Better Teams, and Better Value. A detailed look at these successes plus a review of the Region’s strategies, targets, actions, challenges, and results is available in Heartland Health Region’s 2015-2016 Annual Report, which also contains the Region’s audited financial statements. The report was released July 29, 2016 following tabling of the document with the Saskatchewan Legislature.

2015-16 Annual Report 

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Heartland Regional Health Authority Approves 2016-17 Budget, Operational Plan and Capital Equipment Budget

The Heartland Regional Health Authority approved a balanced operating budget and capital equipment budget for the 2016-17 fiscal year at its meeting on July 14th, 2016 in Rosetown. The Board also approved the 2016-17 operational plan. The budgets and operational plan are aligned with the provincial health plan and the region’s strategic priorities, vision, and values. Heartland Health Region provides services to over 44,000 people in 57 urban and rural communities.

Operational Plan Approval News release July 12 2016

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Heartland Health Region Celebrates June as Employee, Physician and Preceptor Month

Thank you to all Heartland Health Region Staff, Physicians and Preceptors for your ongoing commitment and dedication to the provision of health care services. You are our NUMBER ONE RESOURCE. The successes of the Health Region are directly attributable to you – to your competence, your caring, and to your tireless commitment to providing safe, quality care to the residents living in Heartland. THANK YOU for all your hard work, time and talents. Also, to all of you receiving years of service awards we congratulate you and thank you for your dedicated service.

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Stars of Life 2016

Three Heartand EMS Staff Receive the Stars of Life Awards in Ceremony in Regina

Three Heartland Health Region staff who work in Davidson, Unity and Biggar were recently recognized in a ceremony on May 30th for their contributions to Emergency Medical Services in the region. Adrian Schmiedge, EMS Coordinator in Davidson, Leah Arsenault, EMS Coordinator in Unity, and Doug Beeson, EMS Coordinator in Biggar all were recipients of the Stars of Life Awards at the annual awards celebration in Regina.

The Stars of Life Award is awarded to an EMS professional in recognition of outstanding achievement, dedication or leadership in their service or health region. It is awarded for acts of bravery, heroism, above and beyond the call of duty, excellence in leadership, program development, or high standard of excellence in EMS. Congratulations on your achievement!

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PROVINCE IMPROVES PATIENT CARE THROUGH FAMILY INVOLVEMENT

Open Family Presence Policy Underscores Patient Focus
Saskatchewan is making strides in patient- and family-centred care, as the first Canadian province to take a provincial approach to an open family presence policy. Health regions are now moving towards more flexible visiting hours in hospitals, which will welcome families 24 hours a day, seven days a week, according to the patient’s preference.
Open Family Presence

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West Central Community Threat Risk Assessment and Support Protocol Signing

The Sun West School Division and several partners will sign the West Central Community Threat Risk Assessment and Protocol document on May 13th, 2016.

The West Central RIC, which includes membership from the Great Plains College, Heartland Health Region, Ministry of Social Services, RCMP and the Sun West School Division, has been working diligently over the past few years to train regional partners and develop the West Central Community Threat Risk Assessment and Support Protocol. This Protocol reflects the work of J. Kevin Cameron, Executive Director of the Canadian Centre for Threat Assessment and Trauma Response.

Protocol Signing May 13th

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Privacy Policy

Protecting the privacy of your personal health information is important to the Cypress Health Region (the “Region”).

 

The Region will only collect, use and disclose your personal health information:

1. When:

2. As required or authorized by law.

The Region will not otherwise collect, use or disclose your personal health information unless we have your consent.

 

The Region strives to keep its’ employees, physicians and affiliates aware of your privacy rights by offering education and having in place policies and procedures designed to protect the integrity, security and confidentiality of your personal health information. This includes a policy restricting access to your personal health information by only those who have a need to know for an authorized purpose.

 

If you wish to obtain further information about the Region’s privacy policies and your privacy rights, we encourage you to visit our privacy page or contact our Privacy Officer at (306) 778-5169 or 1-888-461-7443.  You may also wish to contact the provincial Office of the Information and Privacy Commissioner at 1-877-748-2298 or visit them at their website.

 

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Links

Links to the websites below are provided for the information and convenience of visitors to this site.

The Cypress Health Region does not assume responsibility for the accuracy of content of other sites, which are linked here. We strongly suggest that the best source of medical information is your personal or family physician.

3S Health

Accreditation Canada

Asbestos Registry

The Arthritis Society

Canadian Cancer Society

Canadian Diabetes Association

Canadian Institute for Health Information

Choose Wisely Canada

Dr. Noble Irwin Regional Healthcare Foundation Inc.

Health Canada

Health Canada Kids

Health Card Application

Health Quality Council (HQC)

Heart and Stroke Foundation

MedSask

Office of the Information and Privacy Commissioner of Saskatchewan

Parent Mentoring Program of Saskatchewan

Patient Safety Institute

Resources for Nurses

Saskatchewan Health

Society for Progressive Supranuclear Paisy

Saskatchewan Surigcal Care Network

Sites of Professional Associations:

Physician Recruitment Agency of Saskatchewan

Canadian Dietetic Association

Canadian Society of Medical Laboratory Service

Registered Psychiatric Nurses Association of Saskatchewan

Saskatchewan Association of Licensed Practical Nurses

Saskatchewan Association of Medical Radiation Technologists

Saskatchewan Association of Speech/Language Pathologists and Audiologists

Saskatchewan Association of Social Workers

Saskatchewan College of Physical Therapy

Saskatchewan Dental Therapists Association

Saskatchewan Registered Nurses Association

Saskatchewan Society of Occupational Therapists

Swift Current Newcomer Welcome Centre

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Well Wishes
To send your Well Wishes to a patient or resident in a Heartland Health Region facility please complete the information below.
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