In keeping with its Plan to strengthen its people-centred approach to primary health care, the Clinic is creating strategic patient advisor opportunities. The feedback from advisors will help enrich the patient care experience at our facilities.
Seniors Advisory Council
Members meet monthly to provide input on our clinic seniors’ programs, policies, services and accessibility. They also work on research projects and connect with our members to advocate for seniors’ health and well-being. The council also provides volunteer opportunities for students to attend meetings and support the work of the council.
Volunteer role: Attend monthly meetings and undertake roles relating to seniors’ projects as decided by the council.
Time commitment: First Friday of the month, 1:30 p.m – 3:00 p.m. Meetings are currently held via Zoom.
To learn more about this volunteer opportunity, please contact the Seniors’ Volunteer Co-ordinator at [email protected] or call 306-664-4283.
Patient Advisory Opportunities
If you are interested in becoming a patient advisor please revisit this section as opportunities will be created as part of the Clinic’s commitment to its 2014-2019 Strategic Plan goal of providing patient and family centred care.
A small group of Indigenous Advisors meets three times a year to provide the Saskatoon Community Clinic with advice, guidance and blessing as it delivers on on its Strategic Goal of adopting and applying the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples.