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System Wide Admission and Discharge Department

Provided by: Saskatchewan Health Authority: Regina Qu'Appelle Health Region

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Service Description

Details related to a client’s individual health needs are available through one system, known as SWADD (System Wide Admission and Discharge Department). Once registered (admitted), health care professionals work together to coordinate a personal health care plan.

A SWADD coordinator, or social worker, can assess a client’s care needs, arrange for services such as home care, long-term care, or a wide range of other community services.

Staff can:

  • Work with you to assess your health and psychosocial needs
  • Plan with you to identify the appropriate services to meet your needs
  • Provide information on community resources
  • Assist you to receive the community services that you require
  • Help you to coordinate your health care services
  • Provide counselling and support.

Provides a single entry point to:

  • Home Care
  • Adult Day Support Programs
  • Convalescent Care
  • Acute Care (switchboard/registration/admission)
  • Palliative Care (at home/in nursing homes)
  • Long Term Care (nursing homes)
  • Respite Care (at home/in nursing homes)

Helps you access services such as:

  • Information About Hospital Services
  • Personal Care Homes
  • Private Community Resources
  • Mental Health and Addictions Services
  • Senior Housing
  • Population and Public Health Services
  • Other Community Services

Application Process

For a consultation appointment with a SWADD coordinator or to make arrangements for community services, call 306-766-7200 or outside Regina, call 1-800-667-1242.



Toll-Free: 1-800-667-1242

Outside Regina

Business Line: 306-766-4210


Hours of Operation

24/7 hours

Service Website



Coverage Area

Regina Qu'Appelle Health Region

Languages Offered


No Physical Address

Location Info

Hours of Operation

24/7 hours

Hotline: 8-1-1

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


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