Shared Health collaborates with regional health authorities, service delivery organizations, communities and other stakeholders to ensure the health needs of Manitobans are fulfilled compassionately, effectively and as close to home as possible.
Manitoba Health, Seniors and Active Living (MHSAL) is guiding the thoughtful planning and phased implementation of broad health-system changes aimed at improving the quality, accessibility and efficiency of health-care services. MHSAL leads the development of policy and planning, and is responsible for overall funding, performance requirements, oversight and accountability. Visit the Manitoba Health, Seniors and Active Living (MHSAL) Health System Transformation website for more information on Manitoba’s health-care system and the services they provide.
The regional health authorities and service delivery organizations continue to be responsible for the delivery of health services. Information on each organization and the services they provide are available by visiting each organization’s website:
- Interlake-Eastern Regional Health Authority
- Northern Regional Health Authority
- Prairie Mountain Health
- Southern Health-Santé Sud
- Winnipeg Regional Health Authority
Manitoba’s educational institutions educate and train health-care providers and administrators across the province. Information on each organization and the services they provide are available by visiting:
- Assiniboine Community College
- Paramedic Education
- Red River College
- University College of the North
- University of Manitoba
- University of Winnipeg
Regulatory bodies are responsible for maintaining standards of medical practice within Manitoba. For a list of health-system regulatory bodies in Manitoba and links to more information, visit: Manitoba Health Regulators.
Unions support their members through the labour relations process, collective bargaining and advocacy, as well as public and government relations. For information on each organization and the services they provide, visit: