Welcome to the College's Public Website

In keeping with the principles of openness and transparency, the governing Council of the College has deemed certain information about physicians to be in the public domain. Physician Search, located in the menu to the left, is available to the public to look up information regarding a physician's main office address, office telephone numbers, medical education, qualifications, specialty, language proficiencies, license history, and discipline history.  

NEW - You can now search for a physician using our new language search feature!
See the Physician Search function in the menu on the left of this page!

Physicians accepting new patients

We currently do not have information about family physicians who are accepting new patients. Please see our alternate suggestion found in Frequently Asked Questions under the For the Public menu item at the top of this page.

Click on the For the Public top menu item at any time to see what information is available on this website.

We welcome your feedback. Please email any comments or suggestions that you may have to communications@cps.sk.ca or to cpssinfo@cps.sk.ca.



 

Upcoming Events

News & Announcements

 Messages from the Ministry of Health (8/10/2016) 
   

Zika Virus (updated information) (09/08/2016)
Medical Assistance in Dying (MAID)  (07/06/2016)
Amendments to the Health Information Protection Act (HIPA) (01/06/2016)
   - Fact Sheet  /  Q & ANotification Letter
Saskatchewan Physician Numbers Continue to Rise (11/02/2016)
Syrian Refugees (30/12/2015)


 RN(NP)s Receive Authority to Complete Medical Certificates of Death in Saskatchewan (7/22/2016) 
   

 NEW DEADLINE for nominations for Dr. Kendel Distinguished Service Award - September 30th! (7/13/2016) 
   

 SURVEY - Joint First Nations Non-Insured Health Benefits (NIHB) National Review Pharmacy Benefit (7/12/2016) 
   

Joint Review of the Non-Insured Health Benefits (NIHB) Program 


Below is a letter containing your opportunity to contribute via survey to the NIHB program review.

Dear Health Care Professional/Organization,

 

Recently, the Assembly of First Nations (AFN) and the Health Canada- First Nations and Inuit Health Branch (FNIHB) have undertaken a Joint Review of the Non-Insured Health Benefits (NIHB) Program  with the objective of:

•             Enhancing client access to benefits;

•             Identifying and addressing gaps in benefits;

•             Streamlining service delivery to be more responsive to client needs; and,

•             Increasing Program efficiencies.

The Joint Review is expected to take 2 years ending in March 2017. Each benefit area will be examined separately and will result in an individual report; further, the Joint Review will result in a final report bringing together the complete findings and providing recommendations of the Steering Committee.

The Joint Review is currently examining the Pharmacy Benefit.

The Joint Review Steering Committee wants to provide as many opportunities for input as possible from First Nations individuals and communities, health care professionals and service providers alike. As such, surveys have been developed for both service providers and clients. In addition, the Joint Review is also happy to accept written submissions of up to five pages.

Both the Written Submission Guidelines and the Service Provider/Client Surveys are available at: http://health.afn.ca/en/highlights/general/nihb-pharmacy

We sincerely appreciate your input and expertise. Please feel free to share with your networks.

If you have any questions please contact jointreview@afn.ca. Thank you for your participation!

 


 Medical Assistance in Dying (MAID) (6/23/2016) 
   


Newsletter

 DocTalk 2016 - Issue 2 (9/9/2016) 
   
DocTalk 2016 - Issue 2 features articles on: Infection Prevention and Control: New Guidelines; Reducing Prescription Drug Abuse: Call to Action; Medical Assistance in Dying: The Situation Today; Think Outside the Pillbox: Proposals Sought for PDA (partnership with FNIHB; Kendel Award Nominations Due by Sept 30; Registration Renewal & Changes to Mainpro; OST Self-Audits; AGM on Sept 16, 2016; Course for prescribing Suboxone (Sept 10)...
... and more!

Do you have a topic you'd like to see or talk about in our next issue?  Click here to send us your suggestions! (Deadline to submit material for Issue 3 is November 15, 2016!)



NOMINATIONS NOW OPEN FOR 2016!

Nominate a colleague you find deserving
of this prestigious award!
Deadline for nominations is
September 30, 2016  
For information and a nomination package,
click here, or contact Sue Robinson.

Congratulations to last year's recipients, 
Dr.Ryan Meili and Dr. Mark WahbaDetails