Saskatchewan Health Services Card

Medical services are available throughout the province from hospitals, doctors and other health care providers. Persons without health insurance coverage are charged directly for the services. Each person should carry a personal health card, which must be shown at the reception desk when visiting the doctor or hospital.

How to Apply

For Saskatchewan Health Cards, go to 1942 Hamilton Street. From the mail lobby, you will need to enter the door on the right hand side of the lobby at the rear of the lobby. There are applications in the small writing areas on the left side and pens on the counter. You have to fill out the form and take it to the counter. They will want to photocopy the passport and work or study permit for each person applying. Some English is necessary. If one of the family already has a health card, he should make sure the Health Card office has his correct address.

When applying for a health services card, you will need:

Obtaining a New SIN After Getting Permanent Status

For Saskatchewan Health Cards, go to 1942 Hamilton Street. From the mail lobby, you will need to enter the door on the right hand side of the lobby at the rear of the lobby. Tell them you have a health card and now have Permanent Status. They will want to photocopy the Landing Document. Make sure they have your correct address. Some English is necessary.

With the permanent residence status or working permit or study permit you are eligible to apply immediately. Don’t delay, avoid complications of being uninsured for medical services. You must notify SHR each time you change your address in order to maintain your coverage.

The following are some doctors for your consideration: