On April 1, 2018, ownership of St. Paul’s Hospital was transferred to Emmanuel Health Inc., a Saskatchewan Catholic health organization that governs 12 publicly funded non-profit Catholic Health Care facilities across the province. Local presence remains critical to the mission of Catholic Health Care, and a St. Paul’s Hospital Local Council is appointed as a committee of the Emmanuel Health Board.
St. Paul’s Hospital was originally established in 1907 by religious sisters from the order of the Grey Nuns of Montreal. In 1999, ownership of St. Paul’s Hospital was transferred from the Grey Nuns to the Saskatchewan Catholic Health Corporation to Emmanuel Health.
Emmanuel Health is owned by the Catholic Bishops of Saskatchewan. The Bishops appoint Board Directors to Emmanuel Health, and Emmanuel Health appoints Board Directors to Emmanuel Health.
Emmanuel – “God with us”
“A vital community of health, healing and hope”
Guided by the healing Ministry of Jesus Christ, Emmanuel Health provides acute, long-term and community care throughout Saskatchewan. In the tradition of Catholic social justice teaching and service, we respond to the unmet needs of the vulnerable and the communities we serve through compassionate innovative service and partnerships.
- we build genuine relationships that honour human dignity with respect and tenderness, creating a safe environment for all.
- we boldly lead the way with courage, continuously improving and advancing creative solutions.
- we are dedicated to the service of others through the application of Catholic social teachings, accountable actions, meaningful collaboration, and responsible stewardship.