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Prince Albert Parkland reports on strategic priorities for 2017-2018.
The Prince Albert Parkland Regional Health Authority board of directors heard reports about progress and plans to meet strategic priorities at their regular meeting on Wednesday, June 28, 2017 in Prince Albert.

3 Jul 2017
Posted by Doug Dahl
The Prince Albert Parkland Regional Health Authority board of directors heard reports about progress and plans to meet strategic priorities at their regular meeting on Wednesday, June 28, 2017 in...

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Say YES! To the Test
June 27, 2017 is Provincial HIV Testing Day

26 Jun 2017
Posted by Doug Dahl
This is the first year that Saskatchewan is organizing an HIV Testing Day. Targeted “testing fairs” will take place in numerous locations throughout the province as part of the testing...

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Yellow Fever Vaccine Shortage in North America
Starting on June 19, you can expect changes to how Yellow Fever vaccine is being provided to clients in Saskatchewan.

19 Jun 2017
Posted by Doug Dahl

Starting on June 19, you can expect changes to how Yellow Fever vaccine is being provided to clients in Saskatchewan.

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What you need to know about vaccines and immunization

Adults and children are able to access immunizations/vaccines that are provided according to Ministry of Health recommendations. Immunizations can be obtained at any of the Prince Albert Parkland Health Region’s public health offices.

Why Immunize Your Child?

Immunization is one of the most important ways of keeping your child healthy. Before vaccines were available, it was not uncommon for children to die or become disabled as a result of vaccine preventable infections.

Immunization involves giving vaccine (dead or weakened germ) that helps our immune system protect us against certain diseases.

In some provinces and countries, children must be immunized before they can go to school or daycare. This fact is important if you move out of province.

Who should be immunized?

All children should be fully immunized according to the recommended schedule

More information the Public Health Services section.