Health Services

LOCAL HEALTH SERVICES

Healthcare facilities in Kamsack are part of the Sunrise Health Region.

Sunrise Health Region
Phone (306) 542-3007

Yorkton Administrative Offices:  
Executive office: Phone (306) 786-0100, Fax (306) 786-0122
Client Representative: Phone toll-free 1-800-505-9220
Ambulance services: 911
Palliative Care Co-ordinator: (306) 786-0778
Human Resources: (306) 786-0740

Kamsack Hospital & Nursing Home
Hospital Administrator:  Mr. Chris Mayer
341 Stewart St.
Phone (306) 542-2635
Fax (306) 542-4360
Physiotherapy: (306) 542-2552
Lab: (306) 542-3665
X-Ray: (306) 542-3994
Pharmacy: (306) 542-4406

Kamsack Hospital has 20 acute care beds, 71 long term care beds, and two respite beds.

Services available incoude 24-hour emergency,  consulting services, laboratory services, cardiac services, pediatrics, pharmacy, physiotherapy, and diagnostic imaging (X-ray).

Kamsack and District Nursing Home provides Levels 3 and 4 care. It has 61 beds and 1 respite bed. The Administrator is Marion Matchup.

Kamsack Home Care
341 Stewart Street
Phone (306) 542-2212
Fax (306) 542-3902

Kamsack Public Health Office & Community Services 
 359 Queen Elizabeth Blvd.
 Public Health Nurse:  Carol Heskin
 PH: (306) 542-4295 ext #202
 Services available:  Families First Program,

Eaglestone Lodge Personal Care Home
Licensed for 42 care beds, eight independent suites
Phone (306) 542-2620,

Kamsack Medical Centre
519 First Street
Physician: Dr. Davies
Phone (306) 542-2623
The clinic is accepting new patients

Rexall Drugs
432 Third Ave. S.
Phone (306) 542-2215

Chiropractor 
Dr. W.K. Strukoff
423 Third Ave. S.
Phone (306) 542-2353

Victim Services  
Anita Vincent, Kamsack Coordinator
Phone (306) 542-5577

 

 

 

The following community support groups are active in Kamsack:

Cancer Support Group
This group meets every third Tuesday of the month beginning at 1:30 pm at the Sunrise Health District Admin Office.
 
Certified Car Seat Technician
Provides installation and inspection. Call Crystal Mytopher, Families First, at 306-542-2995.
 
T.O.P.S.
Take Off Pounds Sensibly - meet every Tuesday at the Crowstand Center Room #107 beginning at 5:45 pm.
 
S.A.R.
Search and Rescue – meet every third Tuesday in room #204 at the Crowstand Center. They provide training to their volunteers that enable them to assist emergency crews in times of need.

Kamsack Ministik AA Group  Meets Mondays and Thursdays in room 107,  Crowstand Centre.


GOVERNMENT OF SASKATCHEWAN HEALTH PROGRAMS & SERVICES

Children's Insulin Pump Program
www.health.gov.sk.ca/insulin-pump-program
1-800-667-7581
Insulin pumps and supplies for children with difficult-to-manage diabetes.

Eye Exams
306-787-3475
Eye exams are free of charge, once in a twelve-month period, for children under the age of 18.  Just book an appointment with your local optometrist or call for further information.

Family Health Benefits Program
www.health.gov.sk.ca/family-health-benefits
1-877-696-7546
Benefits for lower income working families.  Most eligible families will already be receiving a monthly child allowance under the federal National Child Benefit Supplement or funding through the Saskatchewan Employment Supplement.
Children are covered for most dental services, basic eyeglasses, emergency ambulance, basic medical supplies (some items require prior approval), chiropractic services, prescription drugs

HealthLine
1-877-800-0002
TTY 1-888-425-4444
A free, confidential 24-hour advise line staffed by registered nurses who provide immediate, professional health advise and direct you to the most appropriate source of care.  Translation to other languages is available, including French, Cree and Dene.

HealthLine Online
www.health.gov.sk.ca/healthline-online
Reliable health information, day and night

Immuniation Programs
www.health.gov.sk.ca/immunization
Vaccines for infant, pre-school and school children

Problem Gambling Program
www.health.gov.sk.ca/risk-of-problem-gambling
Help Line 1-800-306-6789
Access to and information on prevention and treatment.

Saskatchewan Aids to Independent Living (SAIL)
1-800-667-7581
Helps people with permanent physical disabilities remain as independant as possible.  There are several SAIL programs that help children.

Saskatchewan Poison Centre
1-866-454-1212
Emergency treatment advise for all kinds of poisons.

Substance Abuse
www.health.gov.sk.ca/treatment-services-directory
A full range of substance abuse recovery services, including inpatient services; outpatient services; long-term residential services; detoxification services; youth drug detoxification and tabilization

Visit www.healthysask.ca for a variety of resources, including drug and alcohol fact sheets and parenting booklets.