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About Us

Map showing Cypress Health Region boundaries within Saskatchewan boundaries.The Cypress Regional Health Authority was established on August 1, 2002 with the proclamation of The Regional Health Services Act. The Authority assumed the operations of the former Rolling Hills, Southwest, and Swift Current Health Districts as of this date. The Cypress Regional Health Authority (RHA) is one of 12 Regional Health Authorities that exist within the province and is located in the southwest corner of the province of Saskatchewan.

Since being established, the Cypress Health Region has been supplying southwest Saskatchewan with quality services through a dedication to excellence in all areas of healthcare. The Cypress Health Region offers a variety of exciting and challenging careers and believes in hiring exceptional candidates.

The Cypress Health Region provides health services to nearly 80 rural and urban municipalities in the geographically diverse southwest corner of Saskatchewan. The region stretches from the South Saskatchewan River (its northern border) to the United States of America (southern border) to Alberta (western border) and east until the Morse/Mankota area. The region is spread over a land mass of approximately 44,000 square kilometers and serves approximately 43,000 people. The region has a diverse population including 30 Hutterite communities (approximately 50% of all Hutterite communities in Saskatchewan) and one First Nations community.

Cypress Health employs approximately 1,700 staff members who provide a wide variety of facility-based and community-based programs and services in the region’s 20 facilities, communities, and individual’s homes. The regional office is located in the city of Swift Current, which is the largest community in the region and the location of its only specialized Regional Hospital.

The Cypress Health Region offers a full range of services that include: acute care, home care, community and population Health, long term care, mental health, addictions services, support services, and emergency services. Each area of service acts as a complementary component of the holistic care provided in the region.