To be eligible for SAIL:
- You must be a resident of Saskatchewan (check your eligibility for health benefits in Saskatchewan);
- You must possess a valid Saskatchewan Health Services Number;
- You must be referred for service by an authorized health care professional;
- You must use a service in Saskatchewan, unless pre-authorized by Saskatchewan Health; and
- You must not receive benefits from other government agencies such as Saskatchewan Government Insurance (SGI), Worker's Compensation Board, Health Canada (Non-Insured Health Benefits Program), or Department of Veterans Affairs
Newcomers to the province from other parts of Canada may receive health services coverage on the first day of the third calendar month following the date of establishing residence in Saskatchewan. SAIL has no reciprocal agreements with other jurisdictions for provision of interim coverage. Special classes of newcomers from outside Canada such as landed immigrants, student visa holders, and returning Canadian citizens or residents, may receive health services coverage from the date they establish residence. For further information, contact eHealth Saskatchewan.
- valid health card with no photo, name and address
- valid health card with photo, name and address
- MCP (Medical Care Plan) number - Valid ambulance/dental services card
- Department of Immigration, Skills and Labour identification number
- Department of Immigration, Skills and Labour file number (Income Support Card).