Entries by Shar-Lee Haichert

Adult sized mittens and gloves needed

Adult sized mittens and gloves are needed for Westside Clinic patients. Please drop your donations at Westside Clinic, 1528 – 20th Street West. You can also mark them “Westside Donation” and drop them off at the front reception desk of the Downtown Clinic. Thank you for your support.

LiveWell© with Chronic Pain

The Saskatoon Community Clinic will be hosting LiveWell© with Chronic Pain Program. Wednesdays 10:00 am – 12:30 pm January 9 – February 13, 2019 Saskatoon Community Clinic – 455 2nd Avenue North This is an interactive  6 week workshop, for adults with any kind of ongoing pain, covering a range of strategies and tools to […]

2018 INFLUENZA IMMUNIZATION OPTIONS

There are several options available for you to have the opportunity to receive your seasonal Influenza Immunization at the Community Clinic. Community Clinic Pharmacy Available at the Community Clinic Pharmacy Downtown and Westside beginning October 22 for those ages 5 and older to any member of the community whether or not they are a patient […]

Handicraft Club presents annual baby quilt

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 Karina Winkler, pictured below with her twin girls born on July 4, 2018! The presentation […]

Changes to our Board

Board of Directors for 2018/2019 Left to Right: Patrick Lapointe, Gertie Paul, Karen Cedarwall, Dr. Jaris Swidrovich, Fran Forsberg, Keeley Phillips, Bill Davies Missing: Heather Hale and Carol Eaton New to the Board are… Fran Forsberg recently received an honorary doctorate in divinity from Saint Andrews College, University of Saskatchewan.  Fran has received the Peter […]

National Pharmacare Resolution Passed at AGM

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 […]