The Saul Sair Health Centre provides holistic healthcare to men and women using Siloam Mission’s services. Patients include the chronically addicted, the mentally ill, street workers and those who are experiencing homelessness, or in danger of becoming homeless.
All services are provided to guests of Siloam Mission with dignity and without discrimination based on race, gender, religion or identification.
A core part of Siloam Mission’s mandate, Saul Sair Health Centre operates as a connecting point between the compassionate and Winnipeg’s less fortunate.
Health professionals offer their skills to help alleviate the hardships of homelessness and assist individuals in achieving better health.
Thanks to the generous $1,000,000 gift from the estate of the late Winnipeg Pharmacist Mr. Saul Sair, our heath centre opened on August 8, 2007. Since then, we have been addressing the complex health needs of Winnipeg’s inner city.
Staff and volunteer health-care professionals of many fields provide care for those experiencing poverty and homelessness.
- primary care
- counselling services
- chiropractic care
- foot care
- health education
Please be aware:
Our health centre is located within Siloam Mission. It is not a Community walk-in clinic. Only people who use Siloam’s other services regularly are eligible to be seen by Saul Sair Health Centre volunteer professionals.
Are You a Healthcare Professional?
We are always looking for healthcare professionals who are looking to get involved.
Please contact our Saul Sair Health Centre manager, Angelika Fletcher at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 204.943.0658 to find out how you can help out.