Welcome to St. Paul's Hospital
St. Paul's Hospital is an acute care teaching facility offering a comprehensive range of services to residents of Saskatoon and Northern Saskatchewan.
Inspired by the example of St. Marguerite d'Youville, we continue the tradition of Catholic health care by sharing in a call to reveal the goodness and love of the Creator God for all people. Together with the Grey Nuns, we work to build a world where hope and compassion prevail.
The vision of St. Paul's Hospital is aimed at strengthening our internal relationships, working in harmony with Saskatoon Health Region and the formation of new relationships with community-based agencies and the people within the communities we serve.
St. Paul's Hospital shares a unique relationship with the Saskatoon Health Region. Through the Partnership Committee of the Saskatoon Regional Health Authority and the St. Paul's Hospital Board of Directors, the St. Paul's Hospital Board is responsible for the governance and management of select care groups and services within the region. All other care groups and services are managed by the Saskatoon Health Region, with services provided to St. Paul's Hospital within the framework of the Affiliation Partnership Agreement.
St. Paul's managed care groups include
Chronic Disease Management, Diagnostic Imaging, Emergency Services,
Ethics Services, Laboratory Services, Palliative Care Services, Renal
Services, Spiritual Care Services and Mental Health and Addictions.
The story of St. Paul's Hospital has its roots in 18th Century Montreal. It was then that young widow Marguerite d'Youville began caring for the sick and homeless in her area. Other compassionate women joined her, eventually becoming the "Grey Nuns of Montreal". The "Grey Nuns" began to set up hospitals across Canada.