Exciting opportunities are available for Family Medicine Physicians and Physician Specialists in the Prince Albert Parkland Health Region. Find out more information on the available positions here.
Saskatchewan College of Physicians and Surgeons
Physicians interested in practicing in Saskatchewan - your first step to registration information.
If you are successful in securing a physician position with the Prince Albert Parkland Health Region, you will need to apply and be approved for privileges prior to accessing any of the Region’s programs and facilities (including diagnostic services). You can contact the Region’s Medical Administrative Coordinator for more information on the credentials process.
Deborah Wick – 306-765-6403
Criminal Record Check
Prince Albert Parkland Health Region requires new practitioner staff members (physicians, residents, dentists and chiropractors) to complete and return a valid police criminal record check with the vulnerable sector search (dated within the last 90 days) along with the relevant APPHR practitioner staff application form prior to being offered a position
Please note: Applicants are responsible for the costs of the criminal record check
Please go to your nearest Police/RCMP detachment to request a valid record. Your Police/RCMP detachment may require a letter of request from the Prince Albert Parkland Health Region before processing your request. Please request the Criminal Record Check Letter by contacting Deborah Wick (information above) and take it with you to your Police/RCMP detachment
Please note: If you are requesting a criminal record check from the Toronto Police Services, you will be require a signed Consent to Disclosure of Personal Information form that can be requested from please contact Deborah Wick (306-765-6403).
Practitioner Staff Bylaws
These are the Practitioner Staff Bylaws for the Prince Albert Parkland Regional Health Authority. The practitioner staff bylaws are developed and enacted in order to:
- provide an administrative structure for the governance of the practitioner staff affairs within the regional health authority;
- promote the provision of the quality health care services;
- govern the procedures for the appointment, reappointment, suspension and termination of appointment of practitioners to the practitioner staff;
- govern the procedures for the discipline of members of the practitioner staff;
- provide a means of granting of privileges to members of the practitioner staff, including the amendment, suspension or revocation thereof;
- provide a means of effective and efficient communication between the practitioner staff, the regional health authority, and management within the health region; and
- provide for practitioner staff input into policy, planning and budget decisions of the regional health authority.