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Population Health Services: Public Health Inspection Program

Provided by: Saskatchewan Health Authority: Heartland Health Region

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Service Description

Prevents injury and illness by reducing physical, chemical, and biological hazards. Public Health Inspectors assess, manage, and communicate health risks to the public. Provides education, inspections, investigations, and enforcement of The Public Health Act, 1994.

Areas of inspection include:

  • Safe food
  • Plumbing systems
  • Onsite sewage systems
  • Radon
  • Private water
  • Public water
  • Swimming pools and recreational water
  • Public accommodation and housing
  • Communicable disease and animal bites investigations
  • Safe personal services (e.g. tattooing and aesthetic services)
  • Tobacco control.

Some services may not be offered every day. Please contact the facility for complete information or service availability. See website for additional details.

Business Line: 306-882-2672 Extension 3, option 3

Service Website

www.hrha.sk.ca/programs-services/population-health-services/Pages/Public-Health-Inspection.aspx

Email

public.health@hrha.sk.ca

Coverage Area

Heartland Health Region

Languages Offered

English

Kindersley and District Health Centre

Address

1003 1st Street West
Kindersley SK  S0L 1S2

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Location Info

Accessibility

Wheelchair access - designated parking spaces; Wheelchair access - front or side or back doors; Wheelchair access - lowered elevator buttons; Wheelchair access - ramps; Wheelchair access - washrooms (at least one)

EMS: 306-463-1000 ext 2534

Home Care: 306-463-1000

Community Health Services/School Health Program: 306-463-1000 ext 201

Kindersley Physicians: 306-463-2621

Fax: 306-463-1117

Hotline: 8-1-1

HealthLine: 24/7 Professional health advice or mental health support

Business Line: 306-463-1000

Website

www.hrha.sk.ca/health-facilities/Pages/Kindersley.aspx

Email

heartland@hrha.sk.ca

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