Update Information or Replace a Health Card
The information on your Health Card needs to be accurate and up-to-date in order for health claims to be processed in a timely manner. Inaccurate Health Card registration information could result in the suspension of health benefits.
You are required to update your Health Card registration information if:
- Your family unit changes due to marriage, divorce, separation, common-law, reconciliation, addition or removal of dependents
- Your address changes
- Your name changes
- Your Health Card is expired
- You need to correct information on your Health Card
- You have updated immigration documents
- You will be absent from Saskatchewan for an extended period. An example of this is students who attend school outside of the province. For more information see Eligibility Guidelines
- You return from an extended absence
- Appointment of Power of Attorney
Update your Health Card registration information online. If supporting documentation is required, please attach those documents electronically.
"R" Display on Health Card
Effective March 1, 2022, the "R" display will no longer be printed on health cards. This change is in recognition that there is no provincial requirement for this display. Residents with existing health cards with the "R" may request to have a new card issued without it:
Health Cards are usually processed within four to six weeks of eHealth receiving your application. This does not include mailing time. Applicants who submitted online applications can sign in to their account to check the status of their applications.
Update your personal information, including your address, by completing the applicable forms and mailing or emailing it to eHealth Saskatchewan:
Replace a Health Card:
To ensure health care coverage, you need to have a valid Health Card. If your Health Card has been lost, stolen or damaged: