455 Second Avenue North -- Saskatoon, Saskatchewan -- S7K 2C2
Phone: 306-652-0300 -- Fax: 306-664-4120

Welcome to the Saskatoon Community Clinic!

We are a primary health care co-operative located in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada.  We offer health services at two locations - our Downtown Clinic, located at 455 2nd Ave. N. and our Westside Clinic, located at 1528 20th St. W.

Our ultimate goal is to build a healthy population by offering support that focuses on diagnosis and treatment, disease prevention and patient education.

Our multi-disciplinary group of salaried health care professionals work together as a team to provide a wide range of services and programs.  We are Saskatoons only primary health care co-operative!

In The News:

Missed the Drop-in Flu Clinic?
The Saskatoon Community Clinic continues to offer flu vaccine. From October 30, 2015 and onward to March 25, 2016, all walk in patients of the Clinic or those who have an appointment and require immunization, will be accommodated on a daily basis.

In order to receive free flu vaccine at the Saskatoon Community Clinic, you must meet the following criteria:   

  • Current patient of a Community Clinic physician.

  • 6 months of age or older.

Please Note: FluMist is recommended for ages 2 yrs - 17 yrs and is ONLY available at a Public Health Clinic or Office.

No appointment is required, just drop in.

Seniors of Tomorrow Education Series
The next Seniors of Tomorrow Education Program will take place on November 25th with - Keeping Your Vital Organs Healthy: Spotlight on Kidney and Liver Health. All programs are held from 2-4 pm in the Langer Building (424 1st Ave. N). Saskatoon Community Clinic Members and Patients are welcome. For more information please see the attached Poster.

CACHC Call to Action Now Live
With the election of a new federal government in October 2015, the Canadian Association of Community Health Centres (CACHC) is renewing its efforts to ensure that quality, affordable and accessible healthcare remains a top priority for all federal parties. These efforts are focused on four key areas:

1. A federal poverty-reduction strategy
2. A federal housing and homelessness-reduction strategy
3. A federal Pharmacare program for prescription drug coverage
4. A federal strategy to expand access to Community Health Centres

Visit CACHC'S Federal Election page to find out what you can do to ensure the effectiveness of our Medicare system for generations to come!!!

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