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Closed: 12pm - 1pm



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Primary Healthcare

Regina Community Clinic is an exemplary model of healthcare delivery.

Recognized as a full service family practice by the Comprehensive Care Program (Saskatchewan Medical Association and Saskatchewan Health) and as a primary health care site (by the Primary Care Department within the Ministry of Health) the Regina Community Clinic is an exemplary model of healthcare delivery.

Our Primary Health Care includes:

  • Family Physicians, Nurse Practitioners, Registered Nurses and expanded Nursing Services
  • Diverse Staff in Additional Specialty Areas
  • Lab Services, Radiology, ECG and Spirometry
  • Blood Glucose Monitoring
  • Vaccination Services
  • 24 Hour Call Service/Telephone Advice 
  • A Virtual Health Information Centre 

Patient resource on Health Check-ups: When you need them - and when you don't.

Our Staff and Services

RCC has staff specializing in many areas including our Family Physicians, Nurse Practitioners, and Registered Nurses.  With our expanded nursing service, our nurses act as the liaison between the physicians, the Nurse Practitioner and all other departments. They provide our patients with efficient and quality service including extensive health teaching and counselling (in person or phone). 

Other staff specializations at RCC include:

  • Clinic Assistants / Case Coordinators / Interpretors
  • Technicians (X-ray/Lab)
  • Counselling / Life-skills coaching / Exercise Attendants / Dietetics
  • Medical records / Medical steno / Billing Clerks
  • Administration / Accounting / IT Specialists

Lab Hours: Monday - Friday: 8:30am - 4:45pm       Closed: 12:00pm - 1:00pm   

Tests require an appointment: Latest appointment is 4:00pm.   Call 306-543-7880, option #4 to book your appointment.                            

2.0 FTE  Medical Laboratory Technologists on staff.

  • CBC’s, Urinalysis, ESR’s, Urine Pregnancy Tests, Rapid Strep Tests, Monogen Tests all done ON SITE. These results will not be uploaded to MySaskHealthRecord but will be available from patient’s chart in our EMR system.
  • Any other testing is sent to Regina General Hospital, Roy Romanow Provincial Lab, or the Pasqua Hospital Cytology Department.
  • Lab samples are sent out and testing performed at any of the referral sites will be uploaded to MySaskHealthRecord.
  • If lab and x-ray test results are normal, clinic physicians/nurse practitioners do not routinely call patients with the results. 
  • Please remember that you will only receive a call if your results are abnormal.

Mon - Fri: 9:15am - 5:30pm        Closed: 12pm - 1pm   


  • RCC is not a walk-in medical care center, therfore our registered technologists perform diagnostic x-ray procedures with a physicians' order
  • Special radiology and ultrasound examinations are referred out - films are sent to a radiologist for interpretation and results are available within one to two working days
  • Electrocardiograms (ECG or EKG) an examination which records the electrical activity of the heart, is done at physicians' request and the results are available immediately
  • Spirometry, is a pulmonary function test that measures the amount and speed of air that can be inhaled and exhaled. It is an important tool used for assessing conditions such as asthma and COPD. 
  • You can have your glucose monitor checked for accuracy with an order from your physician

  • Bring your monitor to the lab and at the same time as you do a finger poke glucose check the lab will draw a venous blood sample

  • The two results will be compared to ensure your glucose monitor is giving you accurate results


To schedule an appointment call the Nursing Department 306-543-7880, option number 6.

The following vaccinations are funded by Public Health - no prescription is required:

  • Tdap (Tetanus, Diphtheria, Pertussis)
  • Td
  • Pneumovax 23
  • Flu (Influenza) Vaccine
  • COVID - Moderna
  •  *Mantoux Test 2 Steps   *please note non-clinic patients must pay for Mantoux: Step 1 - $40; Step 2 - $60.

The following vaccinations require prescriptions from a medical provider. Patients must fill prescriptions at the pharmacy and bring medication to the injection appointment.

  • Prevenar 20
  • Hepatitis Vaccines (Havrix, Twinrix, Engerix-B)
  • Depo-Provera
  • Testosterone Injection
  • Vitamin B12
  • Gardasil
  • Shingles Vaccine

We are an "appointment only" facility. and do not accept "drop in" appointments. Our scheduling system enables you to make an appointment with your own physician on the day of your choice, often within two working days. We can also pre-book appointments. When your family physician is not available, our team of physicians and our Nurse Practitioners will continue to care for your needs. If you are unable to keep an appointment, please call and let us know as soon as possible so that someone else can be scheduled. 

Access Scheduling - 3 types of appointments

  • Same Day Access   Appointment spots are reserved each day for doctors to see patients the same day they call for an appointment.
  • Next Day Access   Some spots are reserved for people to see their doctor the day after they have called in.
  • Pre-booked   Appointments are spread throughout the schedule for bookings further down the line. These spots are great for Complete Check Ups and for people needing to advance book transportation, etc.

Our goal is that you can see your own doctor at the time that you need to or want to, often within 24 to 48 hours. For Access scheduling to work we also need the co-operation of our patients. The doctors are the Regina Community Clinic work as a Physician Group meaning that they will help care for each other patients. On a day that a physician is not regularly scheduled, or is away from the clinic, a Nurse Practitioner or another physician will be available. Please give Access a try the next time you need to book an appointment. Call our receptionist at 306-543-7880 for more information.


After-hours emergency service is available nights, weekends and holidays  (one of our doctors is “on-call” during those times) 

If your problem cannot wait until regular office hours:

► Call the clinic 

► The answering service will take your message and contact the doctor. 

► Call again IF you have not heard from the on-call doctor within 20 minutes.

► Don't go to a hospital Emergency Department until you have spoken to the on-call doctor, unless you feel that a delay in receiving medical care will be life-threatening. This may save you the trip or a long wait in emergency.


Frequently Asked Questions

About RCC

A co-operative, by definition, is an organization with a willingness and ability to work with others. It is owned by and operated for the benefit of those using its services.

There are four co-operative community clinics in Saskatchewan that not only provide wholistic primary healthcare to meet the needs of all their patients but also have the capacity/flexibility to highlight specific healthcare needs and tailor their services to meet the needs of specific populations within their locality. 

The populations and health needs vary. These include Indigenous health, rural health, and refugee health. Co-operative community clinics provide are capable of offering care and services to the most vulnerable populations which are often over-looked in the mainstream healthcare system.

The goal is not only to provide care for the patients’ physical and mental health but also services to provide social services and the well-being of their communities. Co-operative community clinics offer social and education services and programs to their members, patients, and members of the community in which they are located.

The Regina Community Clinic is the only healthcare co-operative in southern Saskatchewan.

As a co-operative, members have input into the direction of the clinic via an elected Board of Directors.  All members have a vote at annual general meetings and can become board members.  There is a balanced approach to governance of these clinics: patients also have input and are partners in their healthcare.

Co-operative community clinics offer a fiscally efficient, integrated approach to healthcare. They have demonstrated savings within the healthcare system by curbing demands on the larger system, and providing more patient-focused care.

Community clinics are a working model of what the health system in Saskatchewan and across Canada is considering as an alternative of providing health care needs.

The Regina Community Clinic is a health care co-operative.

In order to participate in how this healthcare co-operative is run, you can purchase a membership.

You do not need a membership to use our services.

Please go to ABOUT US  - Benefits of Becoming a Member on this website for more information. 


To apply to become a New Patient, go to the main page then "Become a Patient" and fill out the online form. 

Please consider becoming a member of the clinic and we can keep you up to date on any new services and additional patient capacity when it becomes available.

Please visit Benefits of Becoming a Member

Our funding comes from Saskatchewan Health. We also receive financial support from individual donations to our Growth Fund for special events.

Co-operative community clinics offer a fiscally efficient, integrated approach to healthcare. They have demonstrated savings within the healthcare system by curbing demands on the larger system, and providing more patient-focused care.

Primary health services are generally the first point of contact and provide the basis to address the main health needs of individuals. Core programs include Health Promotion, Disease Prevention, Curative Care, Rehabilitative Care and Supportive Care.

The clinic serves a diverse clientele within the Regina area.

An appointment is necessary for most of our services. Do not hesitate to call if you have any questions.