St. Paul's Hospital and Saskatoon Health Region
St. Paul's Hospital is a 230-bed acute care teaching facility providing medical services and expertise to the people of Saskatoon and Northern Saskatchewan. St. Paul's Hospital is independently owned and was founded by the Grey Nuns over a century ago in 1907. St. Paul's Hospital became the first independently affiliated hospital in Canada to manage health services across the continuum of care in tandem with a regional health authority. Owned by the Saskatchewan Catholic Health Corporation, and supported through a partnership with Saskatoon Health Region (SHR), St. Paul's Hospital manages the following programs on behalf of and throughout Saskatoon Health Region (see list). The Saskatoon Health Region manages all other program at St. Paul's Hospital, as well as housing several Health Region administrative offices. For more information on these programs, please visit the Saskatoon Health Region website.
ST. PAUL'S HOSPITAL MANAGED PROGRAM AREAS
Renal (Kidney Services)
For more information regarding specific departments available at St. Paul's Hospital, please refer to the adjacent list.
St. Paul' Hospital Mission Office
The Hospital's Mission Office offers concrete ways staff can live the vision, mission and values of the Hospital, both in their daily work and in the community. By supporting staff in their commitment to holistic and compassionate care in addition to enhancing the well-being of patients and families through the arts and through sharing the vision, mission and values of the Hospital with the community, the Mission Office is supporting the health and healing of mind, body, spirit and soul, as well as community and family at St. Paul's Hospital. For more information about Mission Office, please contact Brian Zimmer at 306-655-5819