Acure care medical services are offered in six hospitals in Sunrise Health Region.
Yorkton Regional Health Centre is the regional hospital in Sunrise that offers a full range of services. The hospitals in Canora, Kamsack, Preeceville, Esterhazy and Melville provide various services on a fulltime basis, or use the services of visiting specialists and professionals.
Surgery is performed at the Yorkton Regional Health Centre, and two or three days a week at St. Peter's Hospital in Melville. To view the complete list of services offered by each hospital, as well as contact information, visit these pages:
Esterhazy (St. Anthony's Hospital)
Melville (St. Peter's Hospital)
Yorkton Regional Health Centre
The Respiratory Therapy Department, located at the Yorkton Regional Health Centre, provides services to residents of the Sunrise Health Region with lung disease: asthma, emphysema, chronic bronchitis, or lung cancer.
A wide variety of testing is performed to assist with the diagnosis and management of those with lung disease. Lung function testing, home oxygen assessments, screening for obstructive sleep apnea, and asthma education are some of the services offered to both in-patients and out-patients.
Within the Yorkton Regional Health Centre services are provided in all areas of patient care. Respiratory Therapists are responsible for managing patients on life support in the ICU, and attending high-risk deliveries and providing life support to premature infants and critically-ill children. Respiratory Therapists also work in the Emergency Room, as well as all wards within the hospital.
Out-patient services are provided upon referral by a physician, and patients are booked for their appointments. The hours of operation are Monday through Friday, 8.30 a.m. to 4.30 p.m.
For further information, contact:
Respiratory Therapy Department
PERFUME AND SCENTS CAN ENDANGER THE HEALTH OF OTHERS
Sunrise Health Region reminds people to not use perfumes and fragrances on days when coming into health care facilities. Perfumes and fragrance can contain as many as 300 different chemicals. which when breathed in by others or settling on clothing, hair or objects can cause severe breathing difficulties, skin, or eye irritation for some patients and health care workers with allergies or lung conditions.