Shellbrook, SK

Parkland Integrated Health Centre

Project Details


$21.1 Million




72,451 sq. ft.


Prime Consulting, Architecture, Interior Design, Construction Contract Administration

The Parkland Integrated Health Centre serves the town of Shellbrook and the surrounding communities. Located on a
greenfield site, the new integrated facility replaced the Shellbrook Hospital and Parkland Terrace Long Term Care Home.
The new two-storey building has one wing dedicated to acute care and the other wing dedicated to extended care. The facility also houses a variety of community-based programs such as home care, public health, mental health, addictions, and therapies.

The acute care wing of the hospital has 20 inpatient beds, an emergency department with an ambulance bay, a complete laboratory, a pharmacy, and. The complex utilizes a central commercial kitchen that provides patients with meals that are prepared on-site.

The long term care wing of the Health Centre complex has 34 units in three separate house. The homes are designed under the current Eden Model of Care which reinforces a home-like environment for the residents. The second floor of the complex consists of the community services which include mental health, public health, home health, paediatrics, physiotherapy and treatment rooms.
A gathering space on the main floor has the ability to be one large meeting room or closed off into several spaces which include a chapel, library, dining hall and two meeting rooms. This space provides a venue for not only patients and residents of the complex, but also the community.