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Cut Knife and District Health Centre Services

24 hr emergency services are available at:
Maidstone Health Complex
Battleford Union Hospital
Lloydminster Hospital

  • The Cut Knife Health Complex does not offer emergency services. This means that you cannot expect full emergency services as you would receive in the above named locations. You can, however, expect to be assessed, and sent on if required. As always, if you require immediate attention, call 9-1-1. The ambulance will transport you to the nearest emergency department, which happens to be the Battleford Union Hospital for Cut Knife residents. Anyone who does come to the Cut Knife Health Complex will be seen and assessed by the nurse on duty.Patients may be:
    Referred to a medical clinic
    Referred to a hospital
    Transported by ambulance to a hospital
  • Registered Nurses are available from 7:00 AM to 7:00 PM every day.
  • On weekdays use emergency doors from 8:30 AM – 2:30 PM and Main Health Complex Doors from 2:30 PM – 7:00 PM
  • On weekends always enter the main Health Complex doors to access nursing services.

For situations of a minor nature, like a smaller cut that requires sutures, you can receive treatment like this when the doctor is available during clinic hours.

Lab and X-Ray Services

Phone: 398-4977
Available Tuesday and Thursdays. Please phone in advancefor available appointment dates and times.

Medical Clinic

Phone: 398-2301
Available by appointment only

Medical Clinic Hours
Tuesday & Wednesday, all day and two Fridays per month – please check dates by calling the clinic.
Wednesdays: 8:30AM – 12:00PM and 2:00PM – 4:00PM

Ambulance Services

Cut Knife ambulance is dispatched by MD ambulance in Saskatoon. If you need an ambulance call 911. Cut Knife Ambulance covers the area north to the Battle River (including Little Pine and Poundmaker First Nation), east up to Sweetgrass First Nation, south as far as the Cloan Grid and west to Hiway 21 north. This service is governed, licensed and registered by the Saskatchewan College of Paramedics. Important to know, when needing an ambulance, is the civic address or land location where you are situated. It is a good idea to keep a list of your medications and/or allergies somewhere in plain sight, like on your refrigerator.

Cut Knife Health Complex

28 Long Term Care Beds – Contact the facility manager, Gillian Gregoire, and she will help you to arrange an assessment. This is a level 4 institution and the requirements are strict.

2 Observation/Convalescent Beds – Observation/assessment may be provided during clinic hours as long as there is an onsite physician and RN support, after which the attending physician must arrange for the patient to be transferred, discharged or admitted under an alternate classification (ie: convalescent or palliative). The convalescent or palliative care patients must be “stable”, meaning there is not anticipated variation in care needs on a day to day basis.

1 Palliative Care Bed – Constitutes a suite, one room for the patient with an adjacent room for family and friends.

2 Respite Beds – These beds are for people who are convalescing or for people with health needs when their care-giver is away.

Home Care Services

Cover the Town of Cut Knife and the surrounding area. To obtain access, call the Home Care Office in North Battleford at 446-6445
Open Monday to Friday, 8:00AM – 4:30PM.

Wellness Clinic is offered on the first Thursday of each month, from 8:30AM – about 12:00PM, and is staffed by an RN as well as Licensed Practical Nurses. This service is available to all ages, and covers blood pressure monitoring, blood sugar check, medication review, foot care (appointment recommended, Phone Elsie Sawatzky at 398-2285 or Jeanette Brick at 398-2557) , B12 shots, general health teaching, referrals ie. dietician.

Community Partnerships

  • Volunteer Program
  • Pastoral Care
  • Student (shadowing) placements
  • For more information, phone 398-4978

Community Services

  • Visiting Professional Services
  • Physical Therapies
  • Public Health Nurse
  • Addictions Counselor
  • Dietitian
  • Quality Care Coordinator
  • Community Counselor
  • Chronic Disease Nurse
  • Occupational Therapist
  • Diabetes and Stroke Nurse
  • Access through self referral, your physician or an RN. Request referral information at 398-4978.

Twin Rivers Health Care Foundation

The foundation is governed by a nine member volunteer board and serves Neilburg/Marsden, Cut Knife Highway 16 from Paynton to Marshall, Paradise Hill/Frenchman Butte, St.Walburg/Spruce Lake, Turtleford/Livelong/Mervin and surrounding communities.

The purpose of the Foundation is to 

  • Increase public awareness and support of locally delivered health services under the umbrella of the Prairie North Health Region
  • Interpret that support into additional resource, both through volunteer commitment and financial contributions
  • Donations

Funds are raised through donations from individuals, organizations, local businesses, and municipal governments as well as through fund raising events. Funds are designated to the area of the donor’s choice. Tax deductible receipts are provided for all donations. Contributions to the Foundation over the last seven years totaled more than $4.2 million.
Accessing Foundation Funds

All funding requests must be approved by Prairie North Senior Management.