Our hope and dream is that all Saskatchewan residents have access to integrated and co-operative primary health care.
The Regina Community Clinic is unique - we are a primary health service provider and the only healthcare co-operative in southern Saskatchewan.
As a co-operative, our patients and members are partners in their healthcare. Our members have input into the direction of the clinic via an elected Board of Directors. Owned by those using our services, we operate with an approach to wellness that focuses on holistic and collaborative care.
Being a healthcare co-operative, our goal is not only to provide care for the patients’ physical and mental health, but also offer social and education services and programs to our members, patients, and members of the community.
Our multi-disciplinary group of health professionals work together as a team to provide a wide range of services and programs.
The Regina Community Clinic is on the path of reconciliation. Land acknowledgements are a steppingstone to honouring broken treaty relationships. We would like to acknowledge the clinic is on Treaty 4 Territory with a presence in Treaty 6. These are the original lands of the nêhiyawak, Anihšināpēk, Dakota, Lakota, Nakoda, and the homeland of the Métis/Michif Nation. Today, these lands continue to be the shared territory of many diverse people from near and far.
The Regina Community Clinic just recently celebrated its 60th Anniversary! Check out a video about our history here: