Graham to Deliver New Regina Urgent Care Centre

December 16, 2021

Graham has recently been selected as construction manager for the new Regina Urgent Care Centre (UCC). This future health facility will add an important option and complement existing health services available to Saskatchewan patients. As the construction manager, we will provide services including input into the project’s design, managing all suppliers and contractors, stakeholder engagement and constructing the new centre.

When complete, the UCC will provide quality patient care for an illness or injury that is not life threatening, but cannot wait until the next day, including mental health and addictions supports. The centre will offer 24-hour/seven-days-a-week access and is also expected to lower wait times for health care issues requiring urgent medical attention.

“This is an exciting day for the Regina Urgent Care Centre Project,” SaskBuilds and Procurement Minister Jim Reiter said. “We are pleased to be working with a company that was founded right here in Saskatchewan on this important project that will help us build a stronger, healthier community and province.”

“Graham is very excited to be selected to build the Urgent Care Centre project for the Saskatchewan Health Authority,” said Duane Galloway, General Manager, Regina. “We’re looking forward to completing this important project to help alleviate some of the pressure on our emergency departments in Regina.”

The Government of Saskatchewan’s official announcement is available here.

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