BOX 459WILKIE, SK S0K 4W07TH AVENUE EAST CONTACT: Deb Kurulak-MilnePHONE: 843-2644FAX:843-3222Ambulance: 911
Wilkie Hospital was converted into a Health Center in January 1997. There are two observation beds for monitoring patients. One convalescent bed allows clients returning from treatment in the city to recover in their home town. A palliative care room is also available for patients in the last stages of life. This room is set out so that the family members may stay 24 hours a day a day if they so wish. Physicians alternately provide 24 hour emergency services, after regular officehours and on weekends. There are two ambulances located in Wilkie. Laboratory services are available Monday too Friday from 8:30am to 5:00pm, with on-call weekends and holidays.
Saskatchewan Health Authority WEB SITE: www.saskatchewanhealthauthority.ca
Heartland Health Region offers a full spectrum of health care services to Wilkie and surrounding district. The Wilkie Health Centre, a Level B facility, offers 24 hour emergency care. This includes 24 hour ambulance (EMS), diagnostics, Registered Nursing and Physician coverage. The facility consists of:- Emergent outpatient services- 5 program beds, these beds can be utilized to care for any combination of clients:- Respite- Observation- Convalescence (patient recovering from illness, injury or surgery prior to returning home)- Palliative care (A suite is available to support the patient and their family during the end stages of life)29 LTC beds
Community based services include:Home Care - providing Nursing and personal care as well as home making services to members of the community who are unable to manage their care alone and are without support.Youth and Family Counseling servicesMental HealthAddictionsOccupational TherapyDietician ServicesPublic HealthDiabetic Educators
For more information or an appointment please call 843-2644.
Employment:If you are interested in obtaining employment in any of the above departments or in the following services please feel free to submit an application via Heartland Health Region web page www.hrha.sk.ca or contact the facility for details:-Cook-Assistant Cook-Food Service Worker-Laundry Services-Environmental Services -Maintenance-Recreation worker-Administrative Assistant-Special Care Aid/Continuing Care Aide/Home Health Aide-Registered Nurse-Practical Nurse-Emergency Medical Services-Diagnostics (CLXT)
BOX 459WILKIE, SK S0K 4W07TH AVENUE EAST CONTACT: DEB KURULAK-MILNEPHONE: 843-2668FAX: 843-3222
Poplar Courts is a long-term care facility that was built in 1982. There are twenty-nine beds with one bed to provide respite care. Admission into Poplar Courts is through the District Coordinating Committee and is based upon client need.
BOX 1101WILKIE, SK S0K 4W0203 2ND AVENUE WEST CONTACT: DR. DAVID KEMP or DR. ELHAM YAHYAEE
BOX 690WILKIE, SK S0K 4W0109 2ND AVENUE EAST CONTACT: KEVIN KOWALCHUKPHONE:843-2462FAX: 843-2525
UNITY, SK S0K 4L0264 2ND AVENUE WEST, UNITYCONTACT: DR. B. THOMASPHONE: 228-2722
BOX 535WILKIE, SK S0K 4W0 PHONE: 306-658-4767
112 GRAY CRESCENT WESTBOX 41WILKIE, SK S0K 4W0 CONTACT: LEAH HERZOGPHONE: 843-2127
Prairie Branches is a non-profit corporation that operates three group homes, an activity centre, and various other programs and supports for the intellectually and physically disabled.BOX 597WILKIE, SK S0K 4W0104 7th Ave West PHONE: 843-2088FAX: 843-2085
This charitable organization was formed on September 15, 1998 to create and manage a fund to assist with health related expenditures within the Wilkie community.
Expenditures shall be designated, but not limited to the following:
For further information contact:
Chairman Bill Sittler @ 306-843-7922.