Saskatchewan Blue Cross (legal name Medical Services Incorporated) is an independent Saskatchewan owned not-for-profit focused on providing comprehensive health care coverage that serves Saskatchewan residents.
We offer health benefit solutions for singles, couples, families, large and small employer groups. Our benefits include prescription drugs, dental, vision care, hospital accommodation, emergency medical travel, ambulance, home nursing, registered health practitioners such as chiropractors and physiotherapists, life and critical illness insurance, and short and long term disability coverage for group plan members.
Our service model is what differentiates us from other health or travel insurance companies operating in Canada. We are passionate about serving the needs of Saskatchewan residents. You can meet with us in person, and our Contact Centre is located right here in Saskatchewan. We care about the people we work with every day - our customers and our colleagues. And we're proud to live in and build the community we serve.
Founded in 1946, our company has been recognized since 2002 as one of the Top 100 Companies in Saskatchewan - and one of the Top 50 since 2006.
With offices in Saskatoon and Regina, and a network that includes over 350 local insurance brokers and consultants, we specialize in serving the Saskatchewan market.
A leader in corporate social responsibility, we created Push2Play to inspire Saskatchewan parents and children to live healthier lifestyles through active play every day. On an ongoing basis, we form strategic partnerships with organizations province-wide to encourage health and well-being for Saskatchewan people.
We are a member of the Canadian Association of Blue Cross Plans. Together, Blue Cross companies are the largest carrier of health and dental benefits in Canada. We also have international links to other health benefit providers through the Blue Cross Blue Shield Association and the worldwide International Federation of Health Funds.
“Saskatchewan Blue Cross is a pillar of the community and promotes general wellness in society.”