There are 427 documented species of birds in Saskatchewan.
saskdocs works with many partners and organizations to help licence and recruit physicians in this province. Follow the links below to find further information on both our partners and medical licencing in Saskatchewan
Family physicians must meet a number of requirements as part of the licensure process. Links to many of the requirements and responsible organizations are found below.
College of Family Practitioners of Canada (CFPC)
English Language Proficiency
Medical Council of Canada (MCC) Physician Credentials Repository
Medical Council of Canada Evaluating Exam (MCCEE)
Saskatchewan International Physician Practice Assessment (SIPPA)
Ministry of the Economy
Canadian Medical Association
Citizenship & Immigration Canada
College of Family Physicians of Canada
College of Medicine – University of Saskatchewan
College of Physicians and Surgeons of Saskatchewan
Ministry of Health
Regional Health Authorities (Names, Maps and Locations)
Saskatchewan Association of Rural Municipalities
Saskatchewan Medical Association
Saskatchewan Urban Municipalities Association
Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons
University of Regina
The Saskatchewan Health Information Resources Partnership (SHIRP) has over 150 electronic books, 6,000 journals and databases to assist licenced health professionals in many endeavours. Visit SHIRP's website (www.shirp.ca) to create a free account, so you can log in and find out more.
saskdocs works with many partners and stakeholders to enhance physician recruitment and retention efforts already underway. Below are links to some of our partners' websites for further information.