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.  

Physicians accepting new patients

We currently do not have information about family physicians who are accepting new patients. Please see our alternate suggestion in Frequently Asked Questions

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 direct any comments or suggestions to communications@cps.sk.ca or to cpssinfo@cps.sk.ca.

Upcoming Events

News & Announcements

 New Reporting Requirements for MAiD (8/13/2018) 

Regulations for Monitoring Medical Assistance in Dying

New federal reporting requirements for medical assistance in dying are in effect as of November  1, 2018.  This means any written request for medical assistance in dying received on or after November 1, 2018, may trigger reporting requirements under the new regulations. To learn more, please click here.


 CPSS Welcomes Three New Public Members to Council (6/26/2018) 
SASKATOON, June 26, 2018 – The Council of the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Saskatchewan was pleased to welcome three new Councilors to the position of Public Member during its last Council meeting.  Details

 Chronic Pain Survey (6/13/2018) 

YOUR INPUT REQUESTED!  2018 Survey of Canadian Family Physicians about treatment of patients with chronic pain

To Family Physicians:
You have been identified as a family physician who may treat patients with chronic non cancer pain (CNCP).  This important survey will assist in understanding what additional supports are needed to manage this national health problem.  Please take a few minutes to complete the survey at the link below to ensure your information is captured.   

 NEW! LINK provincial non-urgent telephone consultation service (6/11/2018) 
Have you tried this service for physicians?
LINK - Leveraging Immediate Non-Urgent Knowledge is a provincial physician-to-physician telephone consultation service that connects primary care providers to specialists to consult on pressing non-urgent patient health concerns.  Brochure

 Changes to Methadone Exemption Process immediately affect prescribing for all SK physicians (5/17/2018) 

What physicians need to know about the upcoming changes to the Health Canada methadone exemption process

Health Canada will soon no longer require physicians to apply for a methadone exemption.  So what does this mean today for Saskatchewan physicians wishing to prescribe methadone and/or buprenorphine/naloxone?  Details


 DocTalk 2018 - Issue 1 (4/10/2018) 

DocTalk 2018 - Issue 1 features articles on: Indigenous Wellness; Meet & Greets; Prescribing Opioids; New Council President; Resident Licensing; Supervising Practice; New Programs; Staffing Changes; Kendel Award & Senior Life Designation Recipients for 2018;

... and much 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 the next issue is August 15, 2018!)

to Dr. Susan Shaw
of Saskatoon on being the 2017 recipient
of the Dr. Dennis A. Kendel
Distinguished Service Award!


Nominate a colleague you find deserving
of this prestigious award!
Deadline for nominations is
September 30, 2018  
For information and a nomination package,
click here, or contact Sue Waddington.