If you haven't received your health card renewal sticker in the mail, please contact eHealth as soon as possible.
If your health card is not up-to-date, you could be billed for medical services.
When you receive your new sticker in the mail, simply place it on the top right-hand side of your health card to renew it for another three years, until December 31, 2020.
If you have moved in the past three years, or, if any changes have been made to your personal or family information, you need to contact eHealth. Or, you can update your information online at eHealthSask.ca.
I have not received my package
Please note: Health Registries is receiving a high volume of requests for new health cards, so turnaround times are slower than usual. Currently, health card applications are being processed within about 20 business days from the time we receive the application. This does not include mailing time.
Do you have any questions or concerns? We're here to help!
I didn't receive enough stickers
Your family unit may have grown in the past three years. If this is the case, we'll be more than happy to send you additional stickers.
Request additional sticker(s)
My family information isn't accurate
You may need to update your family information if there have been any changes to your household in the past three years (marriage, separation, divorce, etc.)
Update your family unit
I didn't receive a package
If you have moved recently, we may not have been able to include your updated address as part of the first mailout. If you update your address, then we will ship out your package to your new address as soon as we can.
Update your address
Become an Organ Donor
Health card renewal packages 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.