Dr Joe Chin would like to announce that he is retiring from active
medical practice as of April1/22. He is in the process of finding a
replacement physician. He would like to thank all his patients , fellow
Dr.'s, and the great staff for all their support over the years.
It is with
mixed emotion that I am relocating my medical practice as of September 19th,
2021. This decision has not been made lightly, as I have enjoyed working at
City Centre Family Physicians for the past five years.
thanks to my colleagues, I have been able to ensure that all of my patients
will have continuing care with a physician at City Centre Family
contact the office to either book an appointment or confirm which physician
(previously selected by Dr. Kushneriuk) you will be switching to before
you prefer, you may obtain the services of another physician outside of CCFP.
If you choose to do so, I recommend proceeding as soon as possible to ensure a
smooth transition for your health care. The Saskatchewan Health Authority keeps
a list of physicians who are accepting new patients at https://www.saskhealthauthority.ca/Services-Locations/doctors-accepting-new-patients
medical records are confidential, and if you so choose to leave CCFP these
records may only be released through your consent. I will be pleased to
provide a summary of my care while you have been my patient, and with your
consent, will arrange to have a copy of your file transferred to your new
It has been
my great pleasure to have provided you with health services in the past, and I
am grateful to have had the opportunity to meet some wonderful people
throughout my time at CCFP.
for a healthy future.
Family Physicians is announcing the retirement of Dr. Steven Goluboff after a
40 year affiliation with this group. His practice will be taken over by
University of Saskatchewan graduate Dr. Daniel Fahardi, who will join the group
at the beginning of August. Dr. Goluboff would like express his
appreciation for the privilege of taking care of all of his patients over the
last 40 years.
If you have travelled and are concerned you may have corona
virus, please call the SK Health Line at 811 and follow their advice. If
they advise you to see your physician, do not present to the clinic but instead
call the clinic to book an appointment specifically for the corona virus.
You will be given further instructions over the phone from clinic staff.
Please see the Saskatchewan Health Authority
for the most up to date information.
CCFP now has a no-show policy. If you miss your
appointment or cancel within one hour of your appointment time, there will be a
fee. Your missed appointment means that someone else cannot be seen
instead and this negatively affects our wait times.
or circumcision: $150.00
Thank-you for your consideration