Health & Emergency
Many health and emergency services are available and located in Indian Head, serving the town and surrounding area.
Please contact us if you need more information than is listed following.
Emergency 911 calls are handled by the province-wide Sask911 service. When you call 911 you will be connected to a call centre where the nature of the emergency will be determined. The call will then be forwarded to the appropriate police, fire or emergency dispatch centre.
Be prepared to provide as much information as possible when you call 911.
*FOR EMERGENCY SERVICE CALL 911*
- Indian Head Union Hospital - Phone (306) 695- 4000
Regina General Hospital - Phone: (306) 766-4444, 1440 - 14th Avenue, Regina, SK, S4P 0W5
Regina Pasqua Hospital - Phone: (306) 766-2222, 4101 Dewdney Avenue, Regina, SK, S4T 1A5
RCMP Indian Head Detachment (Police) - Phone: (306) 695-5200, Box 910, Indian Head, S0G 2K0
Indian Head Fire Department - Phone: (306) 695-2366
Indian Head Ambulance Services - Phone: (306) 695-4026
Indian Head Town Office - Phone: (306) 695-3344
Social Services - Phone: (306) 787-3700, 1920 Broad Street, Regina, SK, S4P 3V6
Kids Helpline - Phone: 1 (800) 668-6868
SaskPower - Report power trouble and outages (toll free) 310-2220
SaskEnergy - 24 Hour Emergency and Safety Line, call (toll free) 1-888-7000 GAS (1-888-700-0427)
You can find more health service contact information in our online Business and Service Directory.
Disasters and Major Emergencies may present difficult challenges for the Town of Indian Head. The effective exchange of emergency information & training with all communities in and around the Town of Indian Head, and more importantly those impacted directly by the event is critical to the success of the response for First Responders and the well-being of residents.
EMO Duty Officer Job Description
EMO Medical Services Officer Job Description
Planning for this exchange of emergency information between all responders, residents, businesses, media and government agencies greatly increases our Region's chances of an effective response and organized recovery from the emergency event. The Town of Indian Head EMO Planning Committee is comprised of a dedicated group of volunteers including Fire Department staff, First Responders from EMS, Administrators, elected officials, interested residents and Government Emergency Management and Fire Safety representatives.
As a resident, knowledge is your best protection in an emergency. Knowing what to do in a disaster will help you to better control the situation and recover faster. Public Safety Canada provides reference pages where you can find valuable information for yourself and your family to begin developing your own Emergency Plan.
Regional Hazards - Saskatchewan
Prevent Slips, Trips and Falls
Indian Head EMO Evacuation Procedure
For more valuable information on emergency planning in our Region, visit the Calling Lakes EMO.
The Indian Head Union Hospital provides in-patient, emergency and outpatient/ambulatory care services to individuals and families. The hospital is fully staffed, including two family practitioners.
For additional information on all hospital services, including in-patient visiting hours go to the Saskatchewan Health Authority website or phone (306) 695-4000
For emergency ambulance service call: 9-1-1
Indian Head Emergency Medical Services is operated by the Saskatchewan Health Authority and is a 24 hour road ambulance service staffed with qualified Paramedics licensed with the Saskatchewan College of Paramedics. Emergency Medical Services provides emergency/non-emergency call response to the community of Indian Head and surrounding Rural Municipalities while working collaboratively with surrounding EMS/Hospital/RCMP/Fire & Protective Services and STARS. For more information or inquiries please contact the Indian Head Office at (306) 695-4026.
The Public Health Office located in the Indian Head Hospital serves the town and a large surrounding area. The Office offers several Community Health Services programs, including prenatal classes, counseling, baby clinics, seniors services, school immunization and teen pregnancy prevention.
Social Services staff serve Indian Head on an as-needed basis. For more information contact Indian Head Public Health Services or by phone (306) 695-4000.
Two medical clinics serve Indian Head and the surrounding area.
Indian Head Medical Clinic - 700 Grand Avenue
Dr. Zimmermann is a full-time family doctor who operates the Indian Head Medical Clinic. For appointments or more information about clinic services contact the Clinic at (306) 695–2276.
Clinic hours are:
Monday to Friday , 9:00 am to noon and 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. Saturday varies.
Indian Head Regional Health Clinic - 719 Grand Avenue
The Clinic is staffed by full-time General Practitioner, Dr. Samer Iskandar as well as the Nurse Practitioner Michelle O'Keefe RN(NP).
For appointments, or more information about clinic services, contact the Regional Health Clinic at (306) 695- 2922.
The Clinic operates by appointment only.
Clinic hours are:
9:00 a.m. to noon and 1:00 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday to Friday
Golden Prairie Nursing Home
Golden Prairie is a modern nursing home with 38 beds in private rooms, providing level 4 care, as well as one respite bed. Residents can enjoy their own raised bed garden plot. For more information contact the Golden Prairie Nursing Home or phone (306) 695–2444.
Hayes Haven is a private, non-profit care home for seniors, and is licensed through Saskatchewan Health. For more information call Hayes Haven at (306) 695-2049 or (306) 695-2050.
Home Care – Saskatchewan Health Authority
Home care services promote, maintain or restore a patient's health and reduce the effects of disease or disability. It allows patients to remain in their own homes longer, or to be discharged earlier from hospital.
Patients can receive home care services whether they live in their own homes, with or without family members, or in senior housing. In-home health care can include help with medications and therapy.
Homecare supplies assistance with health care and domestic help, meals on wheels and other care services. For more information contact (306) 695–4018.
For more information, you can visit the Saskatchewan Health Authority website.
Volunteers from several local service groups – with financial support from the local Lion's Club; operate the nine-passenger Mini Bus to assist elderly and disabled persons. To book the Bus or get more information on transportation services call 1 (306) 695-3344.
More information about available on our Transportation page. For additional resources and services for seniors in the province of Saskatchewan go to Seniors' Health.