What is meant by membership?

Salaried physicians and staff – All staff, including physicians are paid by salary instead of being paid on a fee-for-service basis as is the case in most physician offices in the province and across Canada.


What about health care in Saskatchewan today?

Community clinics are a working model of what the health system in Saskatchewan and across Canada is considering as an alternative means of providing health care needs.


Where do you get your funding?

Our funding comes from Saskatchewan Health. We also receive  financial support from individual donations to our Growth Fund for special events.


What are Primary Health Services?
Primary health services are generally the first point of contact and provide the basis to address the main health needs of individuals. Core programs include Health Promotion, Disease Prevention, Curative Care, Rehabilitative Care and Supportive Care.


Who do you serve?
The clinic serves a diverse clientele within the Regina area.


W
hat is a health care co-operative?
A co-operative, by definition is an organization with a willingness and ability to work with others. It is owned by and operated for the benefit of those using its services.


Do I need to make an appointment, or can I just drop in?

An appointment is necessary for most of our services. Do not hesitate to call if you have any questions.


What is meant by membership? 

The Regina Community Clinic is a health care co-operative. In order to participate in how the co-operative is run, you can purchase a membership. You do not need a membership to use our services.