Infectious Diseases Clinic
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Regina General Hospital
1440 14th Avenue
Hours: Monday to Friday, except Statutory Holidays
8 a.m. – 4 p.m.
The Infectious Diseases Clinic provides outpatient care for patients in Southern Saskatchewan with human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) and hepatitis, along with other complex infectious diseases on a referral basis. Our physicians also provide consultative services for patients admitted to acute care facilities. Our outpatient multidisciplinary team includes:
- Infectious Diseases Physicians
- Social Worker
Moving to Regina or area? Please read this important information.
- If you anticipate requiring our services, please have your current care provider send a referral letterat least one month in advance of your move.
- If you are taking chronic medication, be sure to obtain a two to three month supply from your current pharmacy.
- Apply for a Saskatchewan Health Card as soon as possible as it takes three months following the date you have established residency in Saskatchewan for coverage to begin. Refer to Sask Health Benefits and Sask Health Card Application for more provincial health eligibility information.
- If you have questions, please contact us for assistance and support.
Interested in Research?
- The research team at the Infectious Diseases Clinic (IDC) currently conducts multiple studies focused on individuals with HIV and/or Hepatitis C. The goal of our research is to gain knowledge on medical, social, and or lifestyle challenges faced by patients, and new treatment options for improving patient care and outcomes.
- If you are interested in learning more about research at the IDC, please click here