One of the most valuable cards in your wallet is being renewed this fall. In September, all Saskatchewan residents with provincial health coverage will be receiving a Health Card Renewal package in the mail. The packages contain the updated stickers that renew Health Cards to December 31, 2020.
Update your mailing address and family unit composition to ensure that you receive your Health Card Renewal Package in the mail, along with the correct number of new stickers. Updating your personal information also helps to ensure more timely delivery and continuous health coverage.
Avoid Delay, Update Today
If your personal or family information has changed within the past three years, you need to update your information to ensure you receive your renewal package in the mail.
Contact eHealth Saskatchewan to update information
- Call: 1-800-667-7551 (available Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. until 5 p.m.)
- Visit eHealth Saskatchewan in person at 2130 11th Avenue in Regina (open Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. until 5 p.m.)
Option 2: Create account and renew online
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The following are some of the most common requests to update health information. Quickly and easily update your information by choosing the option that applies to you:
If you have moved or changed addresses within the past three (3) years, you need to complete the Update of Address Form:
If you have recently married, divorced, separated, entered into a common-law relationship, or reconcilliation, you need to complete the
Update to Family Unit Form
. This form can also be used to add or remove dependents.
If you are planning an extended absence from Saskatchewan, you need to complete the
Request for Extended Absence From Saskatchewan Form
. This form also applies to students who will be attending school outside of Saskatchewan. For more information, review the Eligibility Guidelines.
The Health Card Renewal packages will contain organ and tissue donor stickers. These stickers can be placed on your Health Card, if you choose to be a donor.
The package also includes a form that requires both you and a family member to provide signed consent.
Remember to speak with your family about your wishes to be a donor. In Saskatchewan, organs and tissues will not be donated without your family or next-of-kin's consent, even if you have a sticker on your Health Card.
Learn how to Become a Donor