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Tel: (306) 842-8399
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Weyburn Golf Course
Make Sun Country Health Region YOUR choice to work, live and play!
Sun Country Health Region (SCHR) covers the southeast portion of Saskatchewan, Canada from the Manitoba border to the U.S. Border, encompassing serene prairie and park land. The Region was created by the Saskatchewan government, along with 11 other regions in the province, in 2002.
There are 28 facilities and 38 public health programs for 56,529 people in SCHR. The Region covers 33,239 square kilometres. The goal of this Region is to continue to build a province of healthy people and communities, while providing effective, comprehensive and equitable range of services. SCHR operates with the highest standard of care, by using evidenced-based research and guidelines to deliver that care.
Three First Nations communities are located within the boundaries of Sun Country Health Region. The three are:
1. White Bear First Nation
P.O. Box 700, Carlyle, Sk. S0C 0R0
2. Ocean Man First Nation
P.O. Box 157, Stoughton, Sk. S0G 4T0
3. Pheasant Rump Nakota Nation
Tel: (306) 462-2002
Fax: (306) 462-2003
P.O. Box 238, Kisbey, Sk. S0C 1L0
Click here for a list of Telehealth locations in the Region.
To register for a Telehealth event in one of these locations, please call 306-842-8605.
SCHR offers a place to work, live and play!
The workplace provides opportunities for professionals to share their skills with fellow colleagues. The region promotes the health care team, an approach to collaborate and work together for optimal patient care.
It's a place to live to start your career and start your family. The Region provides an active, friendly and safe environment.
The Region is a place to play, as it offers a variety of recreation/fitness facilities, cultural and sports groups to join and meet new people in the area.