About the Five Hills Health Region
Five Hills Health Region is located in south-central Saskatchewan and serves a population of approximately 54,000 people in an area that extends from Lake Diefenbaker to the United States border.
The Region is responsible for acute care (hospital), long term care, home care, mental health and addictions services, public health, ambulatory services and primary health care.
Regional services administration support is highly centralized in Moose Jaw. With over 1,200 full time equivalent employees, the region has efficiently organized services for finance, information technology, payroll, staff development, occupational health and safety, quality of care and risk management, privacy and communications, nutrition and food services, laundry, housekeeping, biomedical engineering, maintenance, capital planning, security, disaster planning, materials management, human resources, labour relations, recruitment and selection, as well as related administrative support.
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