St. Paul's Hospital
A community of health, hope and compassion for all.
St. Paul's Hospital is an acute care teaching and applied research Hospital delivering compassionate and holistic care to the people of Saskatoon and Saskatchewan.
Owned by Emmanuel Care, St. Paul's Hospital is a Catholic Hospital with a rich history that was founded in 1907 by the Grey Nuns.
In 1996, St. Paul's became the first independently affiliated Hospital in Canada to manage health services in tandem with a regional authority. This partnership continues today as Saskatoon Health Region and St. Paul's Hospital work in harmony to deliver services to people within our communities.
Through our unique partnership with Saskatoon Health Region, St. Paul’s Hospital is responsible for the governance and management of the following core programs in the region:
➔ Chronic Disease Management
➔ Diagnostic Imaging and Nuclear Medicine
➔ Emergency and Air Ambulance
➔ Kidney Health and Provincial Transplant
➔ Mental Health and Addictions
➔ Palliative Care and Hospice
➔ Spiritual Care
Saskatoon Health Region manages all other programs and services offered at St. Paul’s Hospital. For more information, visit Saskatoon Health Region.
Inspired by the example of the foundress of the Grey Nuns, Saint Marguerite d’Youville, leadership in the tradition of Catholic health care is provided by St. Paul’s Hospital’s Mission Office, encouraging employees to share in the call to reveal the goodness and love of the creator God for all people. Through the Mission Office’s Healing Arts Program, the creative arts are used to enhance the well-being of patients, families, caregivers and the community. For more information, visit Mission Office.