The All Nations’ Healing Hospital provides a wholistic model of health care services and research to meet the needs of our communities. All Nations’ Healing Hospital is owned and operated by File Hills Qu’Appelle Tribal Council (FHQTC) and Touchwood Agency Tribal Council (TATC) and is funded through a transfer agreement from Health Canada and an operating agreement with the Saskatchewan Health Authority.
All Nations’ Healing Hospital includes 24 hour physician services, 14 acute care beds, a 24 hour emergency department, palliative care services, outpatient services (physical therapy and occupational therapy, dietitian and nutrition services, harm reduction, a primary care clinic for chronic disease, satellite dialysis unit), diagnostic services (lab and x-ray), women’s health clinic (including a low risk birthing unit), cultural and traditional services which include, access to traditional knowledge keepers, traditional medicines, traditional and spiritual institutes and spiritual counselling.
Recognized leaders in the development, delivery and influence of exceptional, safe and wholistic care.
The All Nations’ Healing Hospital delivers safe, wholistic health services and research to meet the needs of our communities. Specifically, ANHH provides services in the areas of acute and chronic health care and women’s health.
The All Nations’ Healing Hospital will:
- Provide safe, quality health care services that strives to exceed all required standards, regulations and legislation.
- Be future orientated, innovative and strategic in planning and service delivery, embracing the uniqueness of All Nations’ Healing Hospital.
Pursue positive relationships which foster involvement in issue management, articulate joint commitment to participation and decision making and assure clear communication.
- Ensure all who enter All Nations’ Healing Hospital are welcome, respected and supported in meeting their health and wellness needs.
- Pursue all avenues which support First Nation people in gaining employment and experience in health careers.
From birth care to end of life care, ANHH is committed to providing an inclusive environment that works tirelessly to mitigate the systemic barriers in health care.
In 2021-2022, All Nations’ Healing Hospital performed the following services:
- Visits to the ED 6,945
- Blood draws 15,774
- X-rays 4,046
- ECG’s 2715
- Holter Monitor’s 123
- Prenatal appointments 224 and 18 births (8 of which were at ANHH)
- 2254 episodes of chronic disease care
- Over 6,000 dialysis treatments have been completed since opening in Sept. 2018
- 1489 episodes for traditional services
- 3422 Harm reduction appointments with a NP
- Helipad for STARS air ambulance construction was completed
- “Food is Medicine” program launched and it provides traditional foods and medicines for patients and patrons.