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Hip and Knee Pathway

Knee X-RayThe Saskatchewan Hip and Knee Pathway improves the quality of care and shortens wait times for patients considering hip or knee replacement surgery. Multi-disciplinary hip and knee clinics ensure that patients are properly assessed, and use a shared decision making process to help the patient choose the treatment option that is best for them. Patients who choose surgery are given the opportunity to prepare for surgery, and understand what to expect after surgery – reducing stress and speeding up recovery. The clinics also help identify patients who may not need surgery.


Family Doctors and Nurse Practitioners can refer patients directly to the Multidisciplinary Clinics in Moose Jaw or Prince Albert by using the physician referral form..

In Regina and Saskatoon, surgical referral is required.

Hip and Knee Pathway Clinics

A family doctor or nurse practitioner can refer you to a pathway clinic directly or through a surgeon.Services provided by pathway clinics may include:

  • Offer a standard patient assessment process.

  • Provide consultations with an experienced team of health care specialists dedicated to improve patients’ quality of life and health.

  • Confirm patients’ need for surgery and provide surgical consults and surgical bookings (if patient is a surgical candidate).

  • Provide patient education, educational sessions, and take-home information to prepare patients for surgery.

  • Follow-up with patients after surgery to speed up recovery.

  • Offer access to community partners, other health professionals, and ongoing follow-up and support.

Clinics provide earlier access to assessment, education, and rehabilitation for surgery. This results in higher quality patient care and more streamlined, standardized services.

Location Contact Information Referral Form/Process
Saskatoon Hip and Knee Clinic
Saskatoon City Hospital
701 Queen Street
Saskatoon, SK S7K 0M7
Phone: (306) 655-8301
Fax: (306) 655-8236
Refer to surgeon.
Regina Hip and Knee Treatment and Research Centre
Regina Centre Crossing Building
Surgical Assessment Centre
102 - 1621 Albert Street
Regina, SK S4P 2S5
Phone: (306) 766-0432
Fax: (306) 766-7551
Refer to surgeon.
Moose Jaw Integrated Clinic
Dr. F. W. Wigmore Hospital
55 Diefenbaker Drive, Moose Jaw S6J 0C2
Phone: (306) 694-0200
Fax: (306) 694-8710
Physician Multi-Disciplinary Clinics Referral Form
Prince Albert Multi-Disciplinary Clinic
Therapies Department, Victoria Hospital
1200 - 24th Street West
Prince Albert, SK  S6V 5T4
Phone: (306) 765-6126
Fax: (306) 765-6284
Physician Multi-Disciplinary Clinics Referral Form

Hip and Knee Information for Patients

The following booklets and videos will help prepare patients and their coaches for total hip or knee replacement surgery:

Hip Replacement Booklet
Total Hip Replacement Patient and Coach Information - video

Knee Replacement Booklet
Total Knee Replacement Patient and Coach Information - video

Hip Replacement Post-Op Exercises Book (Regina patients)
Knee Replacement Post-Op Exercise Book (Regina patients)


Information for Patients

We want your feedback!

For further information or to provide feedback on provincial pathways, please send your comments to the We look forward to hearing from you.

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