Healthy Preeceville

Mission Statement

Short: “Provide a Healthy Safe Community”

Long: “Identify and encourage Primary Health Care Model initiatives for the Town of Preeceville through facilitation and coordination of people, research and ideas”

"I am committed to having our citizens understand the Health Care System before they have to access it. Our strength as a community is how we provide for our seniors and how we teach our youth balanced with quality of life for the rest of our population. My commitment is to use all of our resources to the maximum in this every changing world. I am looking for pilot projects around all the great things we have in this community. World class Hospital, Telehealth, Dr.’s RN’s and paramedical personal. Add that to the broader teams of health care professionals and I am confident we will meet any challenges before us, ensuring that quality of life we all want. I am not looking for the four Doctor minimum (24-7) model but one that every small town or remote northern area could have. Everything in place, just not manned until needed. I think we could attain this and become the benchmark for all rural and remote Saskatchewan” Mayor Harris

Goals

  • Broaden the economic base of Preeceville through a Community Economic Development model
  • Act as an umbrella organization for Health organizations in the Preeceville area
  • Increase the economic development resources available to all Health based organizations
  • Provide support services with complete accurate information to citizens in the area of Health
  • Support all National, Provincial and Regional Health services and programs on behalf of Preeceville and area
  • Working with other Health Centers in Region

 Priority Items

  • Our population is knowledgeable and supportive of Health care
  • Our population sets the Rural Saskatchewan benchmark for the Primary Health Care Model use of
  • Senior Housing Development both private and public
  • Use of the Town of Preeceville Website to promote awareness of model
  • Support fundraising for the Integrated Health Care Facility, programs and projects through a foundation model
  • Pilot Projects with early wins.  (Tracking E-health use of by age groups) (Non Doctor based Programs)
  • Recreational program and projects for all age groups
  • Creation of the local Health Guide that identifies needs of our population (one page)
  • Increase physical activity and survey citizens on targeted recreational that promote quality of life
  • Development of a Strategic Plan.  Review past present and other small and rural models.

Outcomes

The balance of “I live in a remote rural area” and Health Care Model that is at a National standard.

 draft, feb 2014, gh

Health Services

Medical

Preeceville and District Health Care Facility is located with in the Sunrise Health Region. The facilty has undergone major construction and renovations enabling most of our services to be under one roof.  The newly constructed section of the facility has a beautiful stainless steel kitchen, common eating area, hairdressing room and a pulpit for church services.  The long-term care section has four wings with ten rooms on each wing. Twenty rooms have ceiling tracks to help maneuver the patients, which makes it easier for both the patient and the staff.  Each wing has it's own fireplace and common area with kitchen facilities for patient get-togethers with family and friends.  The rest of the facility contains the hospital which has 10 acute care beds, laboratory and x-ray, the office for home care, the emergency department and the medical clinic.  The centre currently has one physician and a nurse practioner.  For an Appointment call 547-3098 for the Nurse Practioner or 547-2011 for the Physician.

Preeceville & District Health Centre

Primary Health Care Clinic

-Nurse Practitioner: 306-547-3098

-Physician: 306-547-2011

Acute Care:
712 7th Street NE
Box 469
Preeceville, SK S0A 3B0
Telephone: 306-547-2102
Fax: 306-547-2223

Long Term Care:
712 7th Street NE
Box 348
Preeceville, SK S0A 3B0
Telephone: 306-547-3112
Fax: 306-547-3215

  • 10 acute care beds
  • 38 long term care beds
  • 2 respite beds
  • Adult Day Wellness Program

It also provides the following services:

  • Emergency - Click Here for Service Interruption information
  • Physician Clinic
  • Primary Health Care
  • Consulting Services
  • Laboratory Services
  • Cardiac Services
  • Medicine
  • Outpatient Services
  • Visiting Pharmacy Services
  • Physiotherapy
  • X-ray Services

Preeceville Home Care Office

712 7th Avenue NW
Box 407
Preeceville, SK S0A 3B0
Telephone: 306-547-4441
Fax: 306-547-5514

Preeceville Public Health and Physiotherapy Office

239 Highway Avenue East
Box 466
Preeceville, SK S0A 3B0
Telephone: 306-547-2815
Fax: 306-547-2092

The Public Health Office (547-2815) and Physio-Therapy Office (547-2110) are located in the Preeceville Administration Building, 239 Highway Ave E. The Public Health Office provides usual public health services (immunization, pre-natal care, etc.); and arranges for referrals to resource personnel.

 

Senior care

Assiniboine Manor provides quality housing for senior citizens. Each unit is a divided private apartment-style complex. For more information call 547-2048.

 

Preeceville Personal Care Home

 Just North of down town Preeceville at 26 3rd Ave N.W. Preeceville. A 30 Bed Private Care Home Level 1 & 2.  We offer great amenities for seniors looking for that hometown retirement living. Daily we offer three home cooked meals, following the Canada Food Guide, plus snacks. It also provides assistance with medicaations, offers scheduled baths, provides weekly housekeeping, linen and laudry service. For more information call 547-3366.   - Click here for more info

Click here for a list of phone numbers in the Sunrise Health Region.

 

SASKATCHEWAN HEALTH PROGRAMS & SERVICES

 eHealth - order health cards etc -  http://www.ehealthsask.ca/Pages/default.aspx

 

Health info at your fingertips - http://www.healthlineonline.ca

 

Family Health Benefits Program

www.health.gov.sk.ca/family-health-benefits

1-877-696-7546

 

HealthLine

1-877-800-0002

TTY 1-888-425-4444

A free, confidential 24-hour advise line staffed by registered nurses who provide immediate, professional health advise and direct you to the most appropriate source of care.

 

HealthLine Online

www.health.gov.sk.ca/healthline-online

Reliable health information.

 Immuniation Programs

www.health.gov.sk.ca/immunization

Vaccines for infant, pre-school and school children

 

Problem Gambling Program

www.health.gov.sk.ca/risk-of-problem-gambling

Help Line 1-800-306-6789

Access to and information on prevention and treatment.

 

Saskatchewan Aids to Independent Living (SAIL)

1-800-667-7581

Helps people with permanent physical disabilities remain as independant as possible.  There are several SAIL programs that help children.

 

Saskatchewan Poison Centre

1-866-454-1212

Emergency treatment advise for all kinds of poisons.

 

Visit www.healthysask.chttp://www.who.int/topics/en/a  for a variety of resources.

 

 Health Topics - WHO - http://www.who.int/topics/en/

 

Travel Health - http://www.phac-aspc.gc.ca/tmp-pmv/

 

 Parkland Victims Services

 24 hour service  1-306-542-5577 or Visit http://www.parklandvictimsservices.ca

 
For more information on influenza immunization, symptoms and self-care, call HealthLine 811 or visit www.health.gov.sk.ca , Healthline Online at www.healthlineonline.ca , or our health region’s website at http://www.sunrisehealthregion.sk.ca/default.aspx?page=147

Click here for a list of phone numbers in the Sunrise Health Region.

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