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Health Services & Clinic

Candle Lake Primary Health Care Center

Health Care Clinic 

Located: on the west side of the Candle Lake Community Hall.  

Phone: (306) 929-2414 for an appointment with the Physician, the Nurse Practitioner, or to book for lab collection or ECG.  If the center is closed when you call, leave a message. Your call will be returned on the next open day.

Fax: (306) 929-4704

Health Center Hours: Monday to Wednesday 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM. 

Please check the monthly Health Center Calendar in the Wave  for hours of operation and service available.


Physician: Dr. Jordan Wingate, present every Tuesday from 9 AM to 4 PM.

Nurse Practitioner: as available. Check the monthly calendar. 

Medical Laboratory Technician: every Wednesday for blood collection and non-urgent ECGs. This service available for all  – no charge.

Medical Office Assistant: administration and support services.  

Same day appointments may be accommodated, for illness or minor injury.

Please call the Health Center first @ (306) 929-2414.

For Emergencies call 9-1-1: This includes ambulance services, medical first responders, fire service, Search and Rescue and RCMP.

Other Health Services 

Home Care Services:  Maintain independence and well-being at home. You can call 306-765-2450 to learn about services available or have your physician arrange home care for you to provide assistance after surgery, chemotherapy or care between medical visits or treatments. Click on the link for more information about home care services.

Our Pharmacist Can Help. They can assess, diagnose and prescribe prescription medication for a variety of minor ailments.  See the full list of problems they can treat.  

For the Healthline call 8-1-1:  HealthLine 811 is a free, confidential, 24-hour service available to Saskatchewan residents. It is staffed by experienced and specially trained registered nurses, registered psychiatric nurses and registered social workers. The Healthline provides professional health or mental health and addictions advice, education and support.

For local health service information call 2-1-1: Staff at this number can provide information on service programs in our community. Click on this link for more health 2-1-1 service information.

Prince Albert Mental Health Center – Outpatient Services – Walk-In Service will provide same day access to a counselor - Mental Health offers confidential community-based mental health assessment, treatment/counseling, and consultative services. Services can be accessed by family or self-referral, physician referral, agency or school referral. Psychiatric referrals are accepted by physicians only.   

Located at 2345 10th Ave West in Prince Albert -  Lower level Victoria Square 

Phone: 306-765-6055 Toll Free: 1-888-765-6055  

Monday to Friday:  9 AM to 11 AM.  and  1 PM to 3:30 PM 

Addiction Services - Rapid Access to Addiction Medicine (RAAM) provides timely access to care for individuals looking to make changes in their substance use. At the RAAM clinic you will be seen by an inter-professional team who work together with you in creating a care plan that fits your needs and goals. RAAM services are short-term, and while you are with us, we will connect you to the appropriate community care providers for ongoing care and support. 

Walk-ins welcome!  Located at  101-15th Street East Prince Albert (2nd Floor next to the Bus Depot) Phone: 306-765-6550 Toll Free: 1-888-765-6550 or 306-765-870 

Friendly Calls Program with the Canadian Red Cross  This Program matches people over the age of 18 with trained Red Cross personnel who connect with them regularly to provide emotional support, encourage healthy coping strategies, and suggest well-being resources and community connections to other existing services. The Friendly Calls program is safe, accessible and free. Referrals can be made by anyone.  To learn more:

 Personal Disaster Assistance (Red Cross)  will assist to meet the immediate basic needs of people displaced by emergencies such as house fire or flood. This service involves providing short duration assistance (up to 72 hours) to an individual household or small number of households. Service delivery is facilitated by a Personal Disaster Assistance Team (PDAT) that is usually comprised of volunteer personnel. Call 1-888-800-6493

Questions or Concerns about you or your loved one's care experience can be directed to SHA Client Concerns Specialists. Contact the Integrated Northern Health Client Concern Office: or call 1-833-484-2577

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Candle Lake Health Services Committee 

Our Mission:  To champion health and wellness within our community and the broader region by proactively identifying and addressing evolving local needs. Through strong partnerships with all stakeholders, identify health risks, intervene when possible, eliminate barriers to quality healthcare, sustain and grow local health and wellness services. 

Our VisionFoster a thriving, healthy community, through innovative, sustainable health and wellness initiatives that evolve with local needs, ensuring equitable access to quality health care, and empower individuals to achieve optimal wellbeing through all stages of life. 

Candle Lake - Alive and Well,  a Candle Lake Health Services Project 2024 

Communities create Health and Wellness 

The Candle Lake Health Services Committee holds a firm conviction that Candle Lake is endowed with innovative ideas, valuable resources, and an unwavering collective determination to extensively contribute to the provision of local health services that support the community. The Committees aim to uncover the countless ways in which we can actively participate in the delivery of health services. 

Read about the whole project here - Candle Lake - Alive and Well

Our action plan starts by identifying the community health needs and resources. 

In March, we invited 40 Candle Lake residents to 2-hour Focus Group sessions as part of Phase 1 of our survey. We brainstormed for information about health and wellness in our community. We asked - What services do we use? What works well? Are there barriers and challenges to accessing health services, and what do we want for the future?  The ideas flowed from the participants.  What we heard was not surprising.   

What We Heard Report

We have partnered with the Saskatchewan Health Quality Council who will work with us providing consultative guidance in this innovative project. Together we can discover a multitude of small changes that may make a major impact on health and wellness in our rural community.    


Our Health Services Project – “Candle Lake - Alive and Well” is Making Connections. 

Four Candle Lake Health Services committee members, the Mayor and our Resort Village of Candle Lake Administrative representative were invited to attend the Health Quality Council’s Thrive at Home Workshop: Re-Envisioning Community Supports for Older Adults held in Saskatoon on April 29th. 

The aim of the conference was to strengthen and improve community-based care and services that enable older adults to “thrive at home” and age where they choose. It seems many people choose Candle Lake to do just that. Our intent is to find ways to assist our community to provide new local services and continue to care for each other.

We presented our initiative, “Candle Lake Alive and Well” and joined in discussions with Saskatchewan people representing the Saskatchewan Health Authority, provincial service agencies, service providers and seniors. We were given many ideas and are now linked to resources from around the province. Read “Emerging Insights,” a report from the Thrive at Home conference.   

Seniors are just one focus of our “Alive and Well” project. Watch for the full confidential Candle Lake community health survey that will be launched soon. Everyone has a voice. Please take the time to complete the survey and provide us with meaningful answers. With clear community information we can identify the priority needs of the whole community and collaborate with you, and all of our stakeholders, to address them. We need everyone’s wisdom for the wisest results. 

Thank you in advance!

Committee Members:

Marianne Kostyna – Chairperson (306-380-8384)

Michelle Lozej – Vice Chairperson and Secretary

Cecilia Jacobson -Treasurer

Marion Cresswell

Shirley Scott

Hugh Garven

Terri Garven

Wendy Kingwell

Debra Hunter - Council Representative

Steve May - Fire Department Representative

Karen Mack - Medical First Responders Representative

Theresa Hicks – RVCL Staff Delegate

To speak to a Candle Lake Health Services Committee Member please call the Village office (306) 929-2236. They will have a committee member call you.  

The Candle Lake Health Services Committee now has an email address please reach out to us at  

Consider joining the Health Services Committee, visit the board and committee onboarding information for more information or to apply.  You may also make your interest known to the Village Office or any Health Services Committee member.