Located on Treaty 4 Territory, the Regina Family Medicine Unit is a partnership with the Saskatchewan Health Authority.
The Family Medicine Unit is devoted to creating, preserving and disseminating knowledge and skills specific to the practice of Family Medicine. The mission is twofold: to provide high quality health services and provide university and community based education for the College of Medicine students and residents. It is a Primary Health Care site with an emphasis on providing the services of various health care team members to assist you with your immediate health care needs and to provide continued support for your health goals through health promotion and illness/injury prevention services.
A key principle of the Family Medicine Unit is continuity of your care. While a health team member may provide your care, your family physician is always informed and/or consulted. A staff physician or resident is on call at all times.
The Family Medicine Unit is not accepting new patients at this time.
Regina Family Medicine Unit is a full-service Family Medicine Clinic and a teaching centre for Family Medicine residents. We provide personalized care for patients across all ages and genders. We are able to diagnose and treat diseases and conditions involving all parts of the body including mental health concerns. An important part of the care we provide involves health promotion, disease prevention and screening. We will help to coordinate investigations and care with other specialists and health care providers wherever it is required.
All of our physicians are certified by the College of Family Physicians of Canada and are in good standing with the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Saskatchewan. Click on the link below to see a full description of the services we provide:
Appointments are available by phone at 306-766-0444.
It can be challenging, but our support staff work hard to try and keep you connected with both your family doctor and your assigned residents (see working with residents for more information). This means that when you call to book an appointment our receptionsits will try and book your appointment with your resident while he/she is being supervised by your family physician. If your resident is away, you may be seen by another resident working with your family physician. If your your family physician is away, another supervising family physician will be supervising your resident.
Our clinic is proud to be a teaching clinic. Your family doctor is a faculty member of the Department of Academic Family Medicine at the University of Saskatchewan. This means that he or she supervises new family physicians (called residents) most times they are at the clinic. Residents are licensed physicians who are completing a specialty program in Family Medicine. This program usually takes 2 years to complete. The clinic may also have visiting medical students and other health professionals working as part of our team. It is important for all patients coming to our clinic to understand that they will be seen by residents and students. They are an important part of your health care team and help provide comprehensive care under your family doctor's direct supervision.
Together we are dedicated to the health and wellness of you and your family.
We accept a variety of referrals from family physicians and nurse practitioners:
- Prenatal care
- Skin excision / biopsies
- IUD insertion / removal
- Sports Medicine / MSK
- Trans and Gender Diverse care
Our doors are open Monday-Friday 9:00am - 4:30pm. Please note that doors are locked from 12pm to 1pm.
Appointments can be made by calling us during clinic hours and after hours urgent medical advice is always available.
If you are having a medical emergency you should call 911 or go to the nearest emergency department.