St. Paul’s Hospital, Saskatoon
St. Paul’s is an acute care teaching facility offering a comprehensive range of services to residents of Saskatoon and northern Saskatchewan. Inspired by the example of Sr. Marguerite d’Youville, St. Paul’s continues a tradition of Catholic health care, living into the mission of being a community of health, hope and compassion for all. Spiritual Care Education is one of the specialized health care services St. Paul’s contributes to the Saskatchewn Health Authority. The CPE program at St. Paul’s Hospital is affiliated with St. Andrew’s College.
Santa Maria Senior Citizen’s Home, Regina
Santa Maria Senior Citizens’ Home is a Catholic healthcare organization providing Long Term Care to senior citizens for over 50 years in the South Eastern part of the province. Built in 1968 by the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Regina, under the sponsorship of the Knights of Columbus, the Home was operated by the Sisters of St. Joseph of Pembroke until 1985. Santa Maria was owned by the Archdiocese of Regina. In November 2012 ownership was transferred to Emmanuel Care (formally known as the Catholic Health Ministry of Saskatchewan).
Santa Maria Senior Citizens’ Home provides nursing and supportive care to 147 residents (this includes 4 respite beds for short-term placement). Santa Maria provides Level 3 and 4 resident/family centered care and have one unit dedicated to the care of individuals with advanced Alzheimer disease and other dementias.