SASKATCHEWAN HEALTH CARD
Saskatchewan Health covers health services for certain special classes of newcomers from outside Canada who move to Saskatchewan on or before the first day of the third calendar month. If you are among the groups identified below, you may be eligible for benefits from the day you move to Saskatchewan.
- permanent residents (landed immigrants)
- people discharged from the Canadian Forces
- non-immigrants who are in Canada in connection with their trade or profession
- international students
- returning spouses of Canadian Forces members
- returning Canadian citizens
- returning residents
If you are an international student temporarily residing in Saskatchewan to further your education, you may be eligible for Saskatchewan health coverage. You must apply for a Saskatchewan health services card.
You must provide proof of full-time enrolment at an accredited educational institute and a valid Study Permit issued by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada. To begin your application visit ehealthsask.ca.
For general Information about Saskatchewan Health Benefits visit ehealthsask.ca.
Students must qualify for the Saskatchewan Provincial Health coverage in order to access the Great Plains College Student Health and Dental Plan.
GREAT PLAINS COLLEGE HEALTH & DENTAL PLAN
The Great Plains College Health and Dental Plan will provide extended health and dental benefits for full-time students enrolled in an eligible full-time program. The charges for the plans will appear on your student account statement. Once paid, you will have coverage for a full year from the day your first class begins.
If you have been assessed the plan’s fees but already have comparable coverage, you can opt out of the health and dental plans through the website at www.mystudentplan.ca within 30 days from the first day your class begins. You will still be required to pay the Health and Dental fee up front as part of your mandatory tuition fees, however, you will be credited for this fee once you opt out.