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  • Rosetown Integrated Health Centre. Front of the facility from the circular driveway.
  • Rosetown Integrated Health Centre. Close up of the front entrance from the side.
  • Rosetown Integrated Health Centre. Close up of the front entrance from the side.
  • Rosetown Integrated Health Centre. Long view of common area from kitchen.
  • Rosetown Integrated Health Centre. Reception desk in main waiting area.
  • Rosetown Integrated Health Centre. Reception waiting room with high ceiling and armchairs.
  • Rosetown Integrated Health Centre. Back of facility with screened in porch and landscaping.

Rosetown Integrated Health Centre

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

A new 4,585 sq.m. (49,353 sq.ft.) addition connected to the existing hospital providing 54 long-term care beds. The long-term care beds are divided into 10/11 bed household configurations.

The Rosetown Integrated Health Centre combines long-term care 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.

Rosetown was officially opened on May 2, 2014.