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Volunteers needed to help with Community Clinic group education programs. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone (306) 664-4282.
Stay Healthy and Get a Flu Shot There are several options available for you to receive your seasonal Influenza Immunization at the Community Clinic. Information is available here.
This program is for individuals and caregivers who have chronic pain as a primary or secondary symptom of a health condition. It helps individuals build confidence to manage and cope with chronic pain and to give/receive support from others who are experiencing similar health problems. Two trained peer leaders meet with groups of up to […]
Every year, the CHSA Handicraft Club presents a handmade baby quilt to the first baby born on or after July 3. This is to honour the Anniversary of the Saskatoon Community Clinic, which first opened on July 3, 1962. Congratulations to baby Samuel Morin who was presented with the annual baby quilt from the Clinic’s […]
Board of Directors for 2019/2020 Left to Right Back Row: Dr. Jaris Swidrovich, Gertie Paul, Karen Cederwall, Keeley Phillips Left to Right Front Row: Sherri Swidrovich, Patti Warwick Missing: Fran Forsberg, Heather Hale, Marianne Jurzyniec, Patrick Lapointe New to the Board are… Marianne Jurzyniec has been appointed as a director in the interim. Marianne has […]
Be it resolved that the Saskatoon Community Clinic indicate its support for a universal, national, single-payer Pharmacare program and communicate that support to the Federal Government. Moved by Stan Rice/Seconded by Diane Ewert/CARRIED Whereas 90% of Canadians support the implementation of a National Pharmacare program; Whereas the implementation of a National Pharmacare program has […]
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