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3sHealth Benefits

3sHealth administers group life, extended health care , dental and disability income plans for health system employees. In addition, 3sHealth supports the Saskatchewan health system and its employees by administering various applications related to payroll and scheduling.

Working for Health

Joint job evaluation is a province-wide, health care initiative that involves a joint effort between health-sector unions and the employers represented by SAHO.

Saskatchewan Healthcare Recruitment Agency

The Saskatchewan Healthcare Recruitment Agency was created in 2022 to recruit, train, incentivize and retain physicians and healthcare professionals.

Health Careers In Saskatchewan

At Health Careers in Saskatchewan we help you find employment with the Saskatchewan Health Authority, Saskatchewan Cancer Agency and many other health employers throughout the province.

Saskatchewan Health Authority

The Saskatchewan Health Authority is the largest organization in Saskatchewan, employing more than 40,000 employees and physicians. They are responsible for the delivery of safe, high quality health care for the entire province.

Saskatchewan Cancer Agency

The Cancer Agency is a provincial healthcare organization with a legislated mandate to provide compassionate cancer care for the people of Saskatchewan. Our 900+ employees are dedicated and work hard to deliver on that mandate each and every day.

eHealth Saskatchewan

eHealth Saskatchewan is a Treasury Board Crown Corporation comprised of many different business areas that all share the same overall mission to support and improve health care in Saskatchewan. Their organization plays an important role in providing IT services to patients, health care providers, the Ministry of Health and the Saskatchewan Health Authority.

Health Quality Council

The Saskatchewan Health Quality Council (HQC) is an independent organization, operating at arms-length from the Government of Saskatchewan. Since 2002, they have been accelerating improvement in health care across the province through training and education, improvement initiatives, and research.

Saskatchewan Healthcare Employees’ Pension Plan (SHEPP)

Established in 1962, The Saskatchewan Healthcare Employees’ Pension Plan (SHEPP) is a jointly trusteed, multi-employer pension plan providing retirement security for province’s healthcare sector.

City of Regina Pension

The Regina Civic Employees' Superannuation and Benefit Plan (the Civic Plan) is a defined benefit pension plan designed to provide Plan Members with a predictable and stable retirement income for life. The Civic Plan serves over 11,000 active and retired members (and their beneficiaries) representing eight Participating Employers, including Members from the Saskatchewan Health Authority.