Four Directions Community Health Centre

Four Directions is moving and improving!

We will be at our new location (1504 Albert Street) starting Monday, August 26, 2019. Click here for more information.

At Four Directions Community Health Centre, we strive to build on the strengths of both our clients and staff to enrich lives through supportive and nurturing services. We work with the changing needs of our diverse population to achieve health and wellness for individuals, families and our community.

If you would like further information about any of the programs offered at Four Directions, please call our knowledgeable office administrative assistants at 306-766-7540 or 306-766-7541 and they will answer your questions or direct your call appropriately. Should you need it, our fax number is: 306-766-7534.

Address & Contact Information

Four Directions Community Health Centre
3510 5th Ave
Regina, Saskatchewan
S4T 0M2
Phone: 306-766-7540
Fax: 306-766-7534

Monday - Friday: 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
No appointment necessary for Childhood Immunization
Hours: 12:45 p.m. - 3:45 p.m.
Four Directions Community Health Centre

More Information

Four Directions Community Health Centre: Addictions Services

Addictions Services programs are available for any person who is dependent on or affected by another's use of alcohol or drugs.

Four Directions Community Health Centre: Healthiest Babies Possible Program

​The Healthiest Babies Possible Program supports at-risk pregnant women (before 34 weeks gestation) and their families up to 6 months after baby is born.

Four Directions Community Health Centre: Speech- Language Pathologist

The Speech-Language Pathologist at the Centre works with children up to the age of 5 who need help with communication.

Sunrise Health Program

The Sunrise Health Program is a team of Public Health Nurses who develop and deliver programs that are based on the strengths of the clients.

Location Map

3510 5th Ave , Regina, Saskatchewan, S4T 0M2
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