Fonds - Regina District Health Board fonds

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Regina District Health Board fonds

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  • 1992-1993 (Creation)

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0.5 cm of textual records

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The Regina District Health Board was established by an order-in-council, effective 14 February 1992, to develop a plan for the integration of health services within the Regina Health District (est. 1993). Comprised of five appointed members, the Board assumed responsibility for the Regina General Hospital, South Saskatchewan Hospital Centre (Plains Health Centre and Pasqua Hospital) and Wascana Rehabilitation Centre. During the decade that the Regina District Health Board existed, the responsibilities of the District grew to encompass Home Care, Emergency Medical Services, Public Health, Mental Health, the Hearing Aid Plan, and Alcohol and Drug Services. Services were offered through five community health centres, a rehabilitation centre, ten affiliated long-term care facilities, and two hospitals to deliver specialised acute care services. Board representation also grew to include both elected and appointed members representing Regina and rural wards. On 1 August 2002, the Regina District Health Board ceased to exist, as the District was amalgamated with the Touchwood Qu'Appelle and Pipestone health districts to form a larger organisation. Known initially as the Regional Health Authority #4, this governing body was officially named the Regina Qu'Appelle Regional Health Authority on 26 November 2002. The following individuals served as Chairperson of the Regina District Health Board: John R. Grossman (1992-1993), Dan de Vlieger (1993-1995), Brian Rourke (interim Chair, 1995-1996), Garf Stevenson (1996-[1999 or 2001]), and Anita Bergman ([1999 or 2001]-2002).

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Fonds consists of a report on health reform for Regina and an annual report of the Health Board.

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Related material: Other records related to the Regina District Health Board may be found in the Regina Health District fonds (includes Board minutes), and the Plains Health Centre fonds.

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Accession 1999.62; Box 263

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