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St. Paul's Hospital is a 230-bed acute care and teaching facility offering a comprehensive range of services to people of Saskatoon and Saskatchewan. Independently owned by the Saskatchewan Catholic Health Corporation, St. Paul's Hospital is deeply committed to its partnerships, working in harmony with Saskatoon Health Region (SHR) and the people within the communities we serve. A progressive teaching and applied research hospital, St. Paul's Hospital is well known for its leadership in the areas of palliative care, urology, renal care and holistic care.

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November 2015

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Oct 28, 2015
St. Paul's Hospital Owners Change Their Name

Nov 02, 2015
Saskatchewan's First HIV Transitional Care Home and Hospice Opens Its Doors

Nov 03, 2015
Cocktail Party Raises 127,950 Dollars for Urological Care

Nov 09, 2015
Palliative Care Memory Tree Nov 16-28 at Market Mall

Nov 09, 2015
Fall 2015 Hospital Home Lottery winners

Nov 10, 2015
Learning to Survive and Thrive at the Third Annual Urology Symposium

Nov 17, 2015
Charity Ball Launches Christmas Season for St. Paulís Hospital Foundation

Nov 17, 2015
Painting Raffle by SPH Healing Arts Program

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