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The following publications are available from Ombudsman Saskatchewan at no cost. To order copies, please call 1-800-667-7180 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This brochure is designed for residents in health care facilities and their families. It outlines when to contact Ombudsman Saskatchewan and provides examples of the kinds of complaints we can take.
This poster highlights the Ombudsman's role in health care and encourages people to follow a two-step process: 1) Talk with your service providers, including your health region's Quality of Care Coordinator or Client Representative Office, then 2) If you are still concerned, talk to us.
What kinds of health care complaints can the Ombudsman take, compared to other agencies in the health field? This brochure compares the Ombudsman's office with Quality of Care Coordinators, professional regulatory bodies and the Information and Privacy Commissioner
Ombudsman Saskatchewan can take complaints about administrative health decisions, but not clinical decisions. What is the difference? See this guide for more...
What kinds of health complaints does the Ombudsman take? Here are some examples of past cases the office has worked on.
Here are more examples of the kinds of health complaints that Ombudsman Saskatchewan can take.
This brochure is published by the Network of Interprofessional Regulatory Organizations (NIRO). The brochure outlines options for people who have concerns about the conduct of a health professional and lists a number of organizations that may be able to provide assistance, including self-regulating professions, Quality of Care Co-ordinators and Ombudsman Saskatchewan.
This presentation provides information about the Ombudsman's role in health care, including the expanded jurisdictional role effective September 1, 2012.