The Saskatchewan Department of Health (SHA) announced on Thursday that it will work with Extended Care to transfer responsibility for long-term care services in five Saskatchewan Extended Care homes to SHA.
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According to the press release, there will be no immediate changes to residents, families or staff as a result of this decision.
“SHA and Extendicare will work together to prioritize the establishment of processes to transfer operations to maintain the coherence of resident and family care and services, and with relevant medical systems to ensure the stability of all staff. Work with union partners. “
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SHA’s CEO Scott Livingstone said health authorities have worked closely with Extendicare through the process and process of recent joint management arrangements.
“The move in this direction is the result of many complex factors, including lessons learned during the pandemic and future demand for long-term care services,” Livingstone added.
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Regina has three extended care homes. One is in Saskatoon and the other is in Moosejaw. Extendicare’s home has a total of 550 long-term care spaces.
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Saskatchewan Health takes over the operation of extended care nursing care services
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