Providence Place is a quality long-term care, geriatric assessment and day program facility focused on elder care. We strive to provide quality services that meet the needs of our residents and clients, while being good stewards of our resources.
Our mission and core values are rooted in our history, a history that begins with the Sisters of Providence of St. Vincent de Paul, who first answered the call to provide healthcare to Moose Jaw during the Typhoid outbreak of 1912, we welcome people of all faiths and believe that the Christian principles of love and acceptance should be universally applied.
We’re proud to honour our Christian heritage while adapting to the demands of the modern world. We follow the Catholic Health Ethics Guide published by the Bishops of Canada, not only because it’s reflective of our founding principles, but encourages us to always respect dignity, foster truth and promote justice–ideas that fundamentally improve healthcare.
We are sponsored by the Catholic Health Ministry of Saskatchewan and the Catholic Health Association of Saskatchewan, with funding flowing through the Five Hills Health Region, and enjoy a positive relationship as an affiliate of this Region.
Providence Place, a Catholic Healthcare Facility, is a welcoming, compassionate community, endeavouring to meet the spiritual, physical, emotional and social needs by providing recreational therapy, rehabilitation, dementia care, social programs, spiritual care and medical treatment to those our residents and clients.
Guided by Divine Providence, we strive to meet the changing needs of our community.
- COMPASSION – Helpful and merciful behaviours.
- RESPECT – Consideration for the dignity, intrinsic worth and autonomy of each person.
- TEAMWORK – Effective and efficient actions by a group of people to meet a common goal.
- STEWARDSHIP – Care and wise use of entrusted resources with openness and honesty.
- COMMITMENT – Pledging to fulfill our mission.