Health care and social services

The Réseau Santé en français de la Saskatchewan (RSFS) is responsible for coordinating the development of health care services in French in the province. Its mandate is to promote, protect and increase access to French-language health care services in Saskatchewan. The RSFS focuses its activities in the field of primary health and relies on the broad definition adopted by the World Health Organization: "Health is a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being, and is not defined solely by an absence of disease or infirmity."

The RSFS' activities are grouped around five main themes: access to quality care, collaboration between partners in health care, emphasis on adapted solutions, respect of the missions of institutions and development of an active offer. The RSFS offers training to health care professionals and publishes a directory of practitioners in Saskatchewan who can offer services in French.