Health Care

Health Services

Kelsey Trail Health Region covers the Kelvington community.  Their website is as follows:

http://www.kelseytrailhealth.ca/Pages/default.aspx

 

Kelvington is proud to have a new hospital and medical clinic attached to a long term care centre, which opened in May, 2016. The integrated facility features 45 long-term care beds, seven acute care beds, seven multi-purpose clinic rooms and a family room.

A “Meals on Wheels” service is available in town with lunches prepared by the dietary staff at the Kelvington Hospital. This is a Monday to Friday service. For more information or to volunteer a few minutes of your day to help out, please call Carol Murray at 306-327-5520. (8am to 12pm)

Kelvington Hospital
306-327-5500

Public Health
306-327-5515

Kelvingdell Lodge
306-327-5530

Home Care
306-327-5520

Medical Clinic
306-327-5525

Kelvington Transit Bus
306-327-5260

Kelvington & District Health Care Facility Foundation Inc.

MISSION STATEMENT:

To build and improve health care facilities for Kelvington and District now and into the future.

PURPOSE:

To give corporations, community & district organizations/individuals an opportunity to make a tax deductible charity donation.

These donations are directed towards furnishings and equipment in the integrated care facility for both the Kelvindell Lodge area and the Kelvington Hospital.

Since the formation of the Kelvington and District Health Care Facility Foundation the amount of money transferred to Kelsey trail has been $250,000 for the shortfall amount to start the project of building a new integrated health facility ,$55,000 for the Diagnostic Imaging equipment. and $315,000 to complete the costs for furnishings required for the lodge and acute care areas.

in 2010, the Kelvington & District Health Care Facility Foundation Incorporated was formed. The founding members were: Diana McrGregor, Gwen Olshewski, Brenda Johanneson, Penny Froh, Tracey Sauer, Sharleen Leffler, Elizabeth Nashacappo, Leithe Lowndes & Karri Franklin .

Since its inception as a non-profit corporation in 2012, this foundation has donated $250,000 to guarantee the building project proceeding. $55,000 towards diagnostic equipment purchases. $315,000 towards furnishings and equipment in both the Kelvindell Lodge and Kelvington Hospital .
The long term care and acute care facility in Kelvington covers the surrounding towns of Fosston ,Rose Valley,Lintlaw ,Archerwill, Kelvington. R.M’s of Sasman, Hazel Dell Okla, Ponass Lake,Kelvington and Yellow Quill First Nations.

June 2017 was the grand opening of the new integrated facility. Three Doctors and a nurse practitioner service the area. Services provided include Physiotherapy, occupational therapy, mental health and addictions councillor. Medical social worker, Dietician and Diabetic nurse educator and COPD nurse. Children’s counsellor and NE victims services for domestic violence comes twice a month. Acute care and emergency services long term care all under one roof.