The Parkland Regional Health Authority is situated in West Central Manitoba. The PRHA was appointed
by the Minister of Health on February 21, 1996, to govern health services in Parkland Region effective
April 1, 1997. For health planning purposes, the Region is divided into four main districts: Central, East, North and West.
The PRHA Board provides oversight to ensure the RHA fulfills its Vision and Mission and operates within its stated values.
Our Vision: Individuals, families and communities achieving the best possible health and wellness.
Our Mission: The PRHA provides safe, person-centered health services. We work with our partners to achieve:
- Optimal Quality of Life
- Healthy Lifestyles
- Healthy Environments
- Quality Treatment and Care of the Ill and injured
Our Values: Values are the foundation for client and service interactions.
Our Values guide the actions and decisions of all those associated with the PRHA.
By clicking the
“Vision for the Future”
link, you will be able to see a complete listing of our Values and Philosophies.
Our Region: Approximately 34,000 sq. kilometers, the Health Region is bound on
the west by the Saskatchewan border, on the North by the 53rd parallel, on the south
by Riding Mountain National Park, and on the East by Lake Manitoba and Lake Winnipegosis.
The major economic industries and employers within the region are agriculture, forestry,
construction, manufacturing, retail trade, health and social services, government services, and education.
Our Services: The PRHA, accredited nationally though Accreditation Canada, offers a complete
range of health services and programs inclusive of Health Promotion and Education, Primary Health
Care, Public Health, Home Care, Mental Health, Emergency Medical Services, a wide range of Surgical
and Medical Services, Critical Care, Maternal Child, Long Term Care, Rehabilitation and Diagnostic
Our People: The Region is comprised of 17 rural municipalities, eight village councils,
five town councils, one city council, seven First Nation Band Councils, and 14 Aboriginal
and Northern Affairs communities.
According to the 2011 Census, there were just over 42 thousand people residing in Parkland Region.
We believe that people are our most valuable asset. The PRHA employs nearly 2000 people and we are the largest
employer within Parkland. We are committed to excellence and innovation and a culture that fosters continuous
improvement and effective decision-making to better meet patient/client needs.