Dr. Sheila Smith

Directeur(trice) du programme

Heidi Brown

Program Administrative Assistant
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Diplômés canadiens en médecine

Diplômés hors Canada et États-Unis

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Faits saillants

  1. Lots of hands-on experience and procedures
  2. Excellent Obstetrics experience over the two years
  3. Strong rural focus in program — doing a total of 30 weeks of training in rural sites over the two years
  4. Fewer learners (Royal College) in PA with lots of one-on-one teaching from preceptors
  5. Longitudinal ER experience throughout the two years
  6. Friendly and collegial environment for residents, preceptors, and allied health professionals
  7. Great exposure to Addictions Medicine, Indigenous Health, and vulnerable populations.
  8. PA is the gateway to the north — close to the lakes and forests with year-round outdoor activities
  9. Big city shopping and amenities but small-town living
  10. Excellent support from Site Director and Site Administrator
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Renseignements généraux

Our mission is to create, teach, and develop the knowledge, skills, and attitudes specific to the discipline of Family Medicine. We will work to optimize health by demonstrating excellence and innovation in service, education, and scholarly activity. We will provide university, hospital, and community-based education consistent with the principles of Family Medicine. We will focus our efforts on working with communities in response to their health needs.


  • Residents are provided 20 vacation days per year
  • NRP is provided by the program
  • There is ample opportunity to teach medical students
  • Very competitive resident salaries
  • CMPA insurance is paid by the University of Saskatchewan
  • Annual Resident Retreat
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Informations sur les salaires

Post graduate salaries and benefits differ by province and are determined by two things: your training year, and the province you work in. See below the salaries and benefits for University of Saskatchewan - Family Medicine - Prince Albert.
Gross annual PGY-1 Salary
Gross annual PGY-2 Salary
Gross annual PGY-3 Salary
Gross annual PGY-4 Salary
Gross annual PGY-5 Salary
Gross annual PGY-6 Salary
Educational Leave
Minimum 7 days with pay, 12 Maximum
Annual Vacation
4 weeks
Meal Allowance
Frequency of Calls
1:4 in-house (if in excess of 1:4 paid $196/period from 1700-0800 weekdays and $249 from 0800-0800 weekends)*
1:3 out-of-house
Maternity Leave / Paternity
In conformity with Sask. Labour Standards Act – 17 weeks max maternity leave and up to 35 weeks parental leave.
5 paid days paternity (can split the 35 weeks parental leave with mother as desired.)
Supplemental Maternity Leave Benefits
15 weeks topped to 90% pay when eligible for Employment Insurance
Provincial Health Insurance
Yes, if registered with Sask. Health
Extended Health Insurance
Blue Cross family coverage, if registered with a Provincial Health Plan
CMPA Dues Paid
Dental Plan
Statutory and Floating Holidays
1.5 times pay or 1/2 pay & day off for stats, plus 6 extra paid days off at Christmas
Long-Term Disability Insurance
Paid premium cost for Disability Insurance
Life Insurance
Paid premium, >$100,000 coverage
Sick Leave
1.25 days per month to maximum 75 days
Provincial Dues (% of salary)
Employee Assistance Program
Two programs available through SMA and University of Saskatchewan
On-Call Stipends
Home Light: per duty period: $72 weekday; $83 weekend
In House: per duty period: $166 weekday; $191 weekend
ICU/CCU: per duty period: $166 weekday; $191 weekend

Updated August 24, 2022

*Effective January 1, 2021

Term of Collective Agreement – visit for contract details.

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Explorer le lieu

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Prince Albert
Prince Albert is the third-largest city in Saskatchewan, Canada, after Saskatoon and Regina. It is situated near the centre of the province on the banks of the North Saskatchewan River.

Expérience des résidents

Current resident
Lots of hands on opportunities & procedures, 1:1 with preceptors, and opportunities for independence.

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