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1956-2002, predominant 1981-2002 (Creation)
- Regina (Saskatchewan)
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The Regina Health District was established with the passing of the Regina Health District Act on 24 May 1993. The Act established the composition of the Regina District Health Board, which in turn worked to define the boundaries of the new Health District. The boundaries were formally established in October 1993, and the hospitals of Regina – Plains Health Centre, Pasqua Hospital, Regina General Hospital, and Wascana Rehabilitation Centre – were integrated under the management of one administration and one Board. The responsibilities of the Regina Health District grew to encompass Home Care, Emergency Medical Services, Public Health, Mental Health, the Hearing Aid Plan, and Alcohol and Drug Services, as services formerly operated by municipal and provincial governments were subsumed under the District. Health services were offered through two acute care hospitals, a rehabilitation centre, five community health centres, and ten long-term care facilities operated by affiliated agencies. The District established community-based support for mothers and new-borns, an Asthma Outpatient Clinic, Palliative Care Unit, Pastoral Care Department, Child and Family Medical Services Outpatient Clinic, and HIV/AIDS Anonymous Testing. The District served a population of 475,000, including residents of Regina Health District and other districts of Southern Saskatchewan, and employed more than 6,200 people.
On 1 August 2002, the Regina Health District ceased to exist, as it 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 have served as President and Chief Executive Officer of the Regina Health District: Royce H. Gill (1993-1995 or 1997?); Glenn S. Bartlett (1997-1999), Jim Saunders (1999-2001), and Dwight Nelson (2001-2002).
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The fonds reflect the activities of the Regina Health District, the Regina District Health Board, and the institutions under the Board's direction: Regina General Hospital, Pasqua Hospital, Plains Health Centre, and Wascana Rehabilitation Centre. Fonds also reflects the activities of the South Saskatchewan Hospital Centre. Fonds consists of correspondence; minutes of the Board of Governors, individual hospitals, departments, committees and the South Saskatchewan Hospital Centre; studies and reports, including consolidation of acute care services, health status and needs assessments, effective hospital care for Regina, Toward 2000 project and functional programs; contracts and agreements; policies, procedures, regulations and guidelines; Medical Staff bylaws; hospital accreditation records; reference materials including articles and newspaper clippings; departmental, institutional and district statistics; financial records; records of construction and renovation (contracts, proposals, architectural drawings, correspondence, reports and photographs), including the Regina Hospitals Regeneration Program and renovation of the Allan Blair Memorial Clinic; staff records, including labour relations records, biographies and photographs of physicians, labour contracts, conference files; disaster plans; subject files; manuals and directories; hospital accreditation records; surveys and questionnaires; annual reports; news releases; and telephone directories.
Fonds also documents the relationship between the Regina Health District and the following external agencies and associations: Canadian College of Health Service Executives; Saskatchewan Association of Health Services Executives; Health Services Utilization Resources Council (Saskatchewan); Saskatchewan Association of Health Organizations (SAHO); Saskatchewan Health; Saskatoon Health District; College of Physicians and Surgeons of Saskatchewan; College of Medicine, University of Saskatchewan; Professional Association of Internes and Residents of Saskatchewan; Human Rights Commission; Labour Relations Board; Saskatchewan Labour Relations Symposium; Human Resource Management Association; Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE), Locals 176 (Regina General Hospital), 1612 (Pasqua Hospital) and 1838 (Plains Health Centre); Saskatchewan Council of Human Resource Associations; Saskatchewan Government and General Employees Union; Saskatchewan Public Service Commission; Saskatchewan Union of Nurses (SUN); Saskatchewan Registered Nurses Association (SRNA); Victorian Order of Nurses; Allan Blair Memorial Clinic; Saskatchewan Cancer Foundation; University of Regina; Saskatchewan Institute of Applied Science and Technology; Hospitals of Regina Foundation; City of Regina; and the United Way.