The MS Clinic provides a patient centered, multidisciplinary approach for the diagnosis, management, and treatment of persons with MS; and support their families and caregivers.
MS Clinic Mandate
The clinic maintains a voluntary, confidential registry of all patients for the purpose of collecting data for epidemiological studies and other research projects.
The clinic is involved with the National Genetic Study as well as the education and follow-up of persons with MS who have been approved for the Saskatchewan MS Drug Program.
Who is the MS Team?
The MS Clinic consists of a team of healthcare professionals who have both a special interest and expertise in providing care for persons with Multiple Sclerosis.
The Clinic Team includes:
In collaboration with the Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, the clinic has access to the following outpatient services:
- Occupational Therapy
- Recreation Therapy
- Speech Language Pathology
- Social Worker
- Clinical Psychologist
How to Access Clinic Services
The MS Clinic is for persons who have been previously diagnosed or who are suspected of having MS. Anyone interested in being seen by a physician at the clinic must first obtain a referral from their family physician, neurologist, or other specialist. Following receipt of this information an appointment will be made. On the patient's first visit to the clinic, they will be assessed by the physician who will establish and/or confirm a diagnosis of MS and provide a plan for disease management and follow-up care. Following this, you will meet with the clinic nurse who will provide symptom management and help coordinate your health care needs related to living with MS.
Appointments are approximately 2 hours.
Saskatoon City Hospital
RM 7717 - 7th Floor
Saskatoon, SK S7K 0M7
Phone: 306-655-7742 Fax: 306-667-3990