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Health Bus

***Notice*** When it's colder than -30 windchill the Health Bus can't run. Health Bus services are available at the White Buffalo Youth Lodge clinic. call ahead to make sure 306-380-1000.

The vision of the Health Bus is to provide a mobile primary health centre that creates health equity and closes the disparity gap for people who are geographically, socially, economically and/or culturally isolated.

There is no charge for services and no appointment is necessary.

The mobile primary health centre (Health Bus) is an inter-professional initiative based on partnerships between Saskatoon Health Region, M.D. Ambulance and the Ministry of Health.

Hours of Operation:

  • ​Open 7 days per week from 12:00 noon -7:45 pm (last patient taken at 7:15 pm)
  • Contact: (306) 380-1000 or 1-877-999-6363



City Centre Church (720 20th Street West)


​Safeway Parking Lot (Avenue D & 33rd Street.)


​Shell Service Station (22nd Street/Avenue P)


​Shell Service Station (22nd Street/Avenue P)


City Centre Church (720 20th Street West)


​Appleby Drive


​Affinity Credit​ Union (20th Street/Avenue P) 

​​​Who we are:

  • ​​​Nurse Practitioner
  • Paramedic

​​​​​What we do:

  • ​Diagnose and treat common illness and injuries
  • STI testing
  • Birth control
  • Free condoms
  • Education/counselling 
  • Chronic disease monitoring
  • Wound care and management
  • Stitches and removal of stitches

​​The Health Bus can also assist​ with connections to:

  • Addictions
  • Social Work
  • Mental Health
  • Other community services​

We are NOT able to provide:

  • ​​​Food
  • Water
  • Needles, rigs, points
  • Band aids



Last Modified: Monday, February 11, 2019 |
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