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The Mamawetan Churchill River Health Region provides service to over 23,500 residents in the north-east area of Saskatchewan. Geographically, it is the largest Saskatchewan health region, covering nearly 25% of the entire province. We celebrate the rich northern heritage of the communities located among the lakes, rivers and forests of the Pre Cambrian Shield. Diversity is our strength and we have engaged in many partnerships to realize our mission of working together in wellness to promote, enhance and maintain quality of life.

What's New?

Influenza season officially begins on

December 1, 2014

 

At this time, the provincial Immunize or Mask Policy will take effect.

For more information on this, please click here.

 


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MCRHR Flu Clinics

 La Ronge/Weyakwin/Timber Bay

Sandy Bay/Creighton/Pinehouse 

 

     

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We want to hear from you - your comments, concerns, compliments and complaints.

To find out more click here or contact our Quality of Care Coordinator.


Our Ethics Committee is available to respond to any ethical concerns you may have. To find out more click here to view our brochure or to request a consultation contact our Quality of Care Coordinator.

RHA Board Meeting

The next regular meeting of the Mamawetan Churchill River Regional Health Authority will be held on November 26, 2014 in La Ronge.


HIV and AIDS

Learn more about HIV and AIDS.  Below are articles that are part of an education series appearing in The Northerner newspaper.

HIV and AIDS: The Basics

HIV and AIDS:  Dispelling the Myths

HIV, Needles and Drug Use


Smokers' Helpline:   1-877-513-5333

Problem Gambling Help Line:  1-800-306-6789


Brochure:  Health Care Safety: Our Priority; Your Role

The Mamawetan Churchill River Health Region staff work together with you to ensure safe health care.  For a printable pdf version of our brochure, click here


Recognition Awards

NHCP

The purpose of this Northern Healthy Communities Partnership initiative is to give a pat on the back to people or organizations, anywhere in Northern Saskatchewan, who deserve a little recognition, and would otherwise never be recognized for their contributions to healthier communities or for the positive changes they have made in their own lives. 

Anyone can submit a nomination.  Examples are endless; the key is positive change towards healthy lifestyles -- active living, healthier eating, promotion of mental well-being and prevention of substance abuse activities.  Click here for a copy of the nomination form.


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