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The flu shot is the best way to avoid getting influenza because it stimulates the body to produce antibodies against the influenza virus.
Do you have a concern?
Sun Country Health Region, through the Quality of Care Coordinator, receives, investigates and monitors patient and/or public concerns regarding unfavorable healthcare experiences.
We believe that it is necessary to receive input from consumers about the quality of care and services that are provided.
Based on that information, recommendations are made to influence changes to improve or enhance the health care system.
The Quality of Care Coordinator is a client advocate to help you with questions or concerns about regional health services and to provide you with information regarding your rights, responsibilities and options.
If you have a question or concern, we ask that you first discuss this with the caregiver who provides the service, or with the appropriate supervisor. If your concern remains unresolved, please contact the Region's Quality of Care Coordinator.
All questions, concerns or comments will be acknowledged and investigated in a confidential manner.
If a program or service has exceeded your expectations, we also would be pleased to hear those comments.
Contact the Quality of Care Coordinator for Sun Country Health Region
Quality of Care Coordinator
Sun Country Health Region
Weyburn, SK S4H 2Z9
Toll Free: 1 (800) 696-1622
Tel: 306-842-8675 306-891-9249
Waiting for surgery?
If you are waiting for surgery in Regina call Toll free: 1-866-622-0222.
If you are waiting for surgery in Saskatoon, call Toll free 1-866-543-6767.
Calll TTY Access: 1-866-312-7674 in Regina.
Please have the number on your Saskatchewan Health card and the name of your surgeon available before you call.
For surgery in SCHR, please contact the Sun Country Health Region Quality of Care Coordinator at 306-842-8675.
More information is available at: http://www.sasksurgery.ca/sksi/surgicalinitiative.html