Saskatoon City Hospital originally built in 1909, was the first municipal hospital in Western Canada, located on 6th Avenue North. Demand for hospital beds became more evident through the years as the City of Saskatoon grew and throughout its 75 year history, the hospital underwent many renovations and additions.
With changing needs of residents and required upgrades to the building and equipment, the present Saskatoon City Hospital was built and officially opened in October 1993. The unique design of Saskatoon City Hospital uses the eight-story glass atrium to connect two separate buildings: The Diagnostic and Treatment Tower and the Nursing Tower.
Saskatoon City Hospital functions as the centre Gynecology, Ophthalomotolgy, rehabilitation and houses the Transition Care Unit and Breast Health Centre.