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  • Kerrobert Integrated Health Centre. Front of facility as seen from outside the left wing.
  • Kerrobert Integrated Health Centre. Reception desk.
  • Kerrobert Integrated Health Centre. Triangular waiting room with large flower and hummingbird window screens inset into walls.
  • Kerrobert Integrated Health Centre. Triangular waiting room with large flower and hummingbird window screens inset into walls.
  • Kerrobert Integrated Health Centre. Dining room with large fireplace and Saskatchewan landscape images.
  • Kerrobert Integrated Health Centre. Entrance to beauty spa with large close up image of trees and grain field.
  • Kerrobert Integrated Health Centre. Triangular waiting room with large flower and hummingbird window screens inset into walls.
  • Kerrobert Integrated Health Centre. Corridor with handrails, opening into group use area.
  • Kerrobert Integrated Health Centre. Corridor separated from group use area by large flower window screens inset into walls.
  • Kerrobert Integrated Health Centre. Corridor separated from group use area by large flower window screens inset into walls.
  • Kerrobert Integrated Health Centre. Back yard of facility with landscaping.
  • Kerrobert Integrated Health Centre. Backyard of facility with tiered lawn and gardens.

Kerrobert Integrated Health Centre

Kerrobert, Saskatchewan
Photographs by Leif Norman (leifnorman.net)

A new 4,290 sq.m. (46,177 sq.ft.) Integrated Health Centre designed to serve the acute and long-term care needs of the local communty. The facility includes 30 long-term care beds, eight acute care beds, emergency, diagnostics, community health services and a medical clinic. Additional services include a multi-purpose room, hair care centre and a cafe. The long-term care beds are divided into two, 15-bed “homes”, each with access to a landscaped, secure shared garden area. Abundant natural light streams through expansive ground level windows and each home includes a quiet room for private family gatherings.

The Kerrobert Integrated Health Centre combines long-term and acute care in an effort to create sustainable care in smaller rural communities. Staffing is fully integrated between acute and long-term care with shared housekeeping, laundry, dietary services, maintenance and administration, creating efficiencies for ongoing operations. Added benefits include providing support for seniors within their home community, attracting industry due to available medical resources and attracting medical professionals with an innovative medical facility to practice in.

Construction was completed in 2015.