Saskatchewan residents will now be able to take their health in their own hands.

Health records, medical history and laboratory results will be accessible through MySaskHealthRecord, a secure website that gives online access to personal health information to those eligible.

The website is open to Saskatchewan residents who are 18 years of age and older. To register, you will need a valid Saskatchewan health card, plus an SGI driver’s licence or SGI photo ID card.

You can also add your own personal information-including uploading activity tracker information, as well as you can set medication and appointment reminders.

Rural and Remote Health Minister Warren Kaeding said, “This is a game-changer, giving patients the information they need to play an active role in their health care.”

Canada Health Infoway President and CEO Michael Green said that residents will be significant benefits. 

“Patients and the health system will see benefits from things like fewer unnecessary phone calls and less time taken off work for routine medical appointments," he said. "More importantly, greater access to information empowers patients to be more active participants in their care, and that can result in better health outcomes.”

All of the personal health information in MySaskHealthRecord is safe and private. Those who sign up will only be able to access their accounts through a personalized login.

To register for a MySaskHealthRecord account, you can go to