How to change my address with Saskatchewan health services?

Change address health card Saskatchewan

How to change my address with eHealth Saskatchewan?

There two ways for you to change your address for your Health Card:

  1. Online by logging in to your account.
  2. Complete a Change of Address form and mail/email it to the addresses listed on the form.

What you should know!

  • If you opt for the change of address online through your account, you may be asked to provide supporting documentation, which you’ll be able to attach electronically.
  • If you don’t report your change of address (or any Health Card registration information) in a timely manner, your health benefits might be suspended.

Frequently Asked Questions

What if I am moving permanently from another province to Saskatchewan?

If you are moving to Saskatchewan, you will start receiving Saskatchewan health coverage beginning on the first day of the third month following the date you established residency in Saskatchewan. Usually, your home province will cover you and your family until your Saskatchewan benefits take effect.

If you are a new Saskatchewan resident, you have to register both yourself and your dependents for a Saskatchewan Health Card to be able to receive health benefits. To apply for a Health Card:

  1. You need to know if you are eligible to apply for a Health Card. You can read about eligibility requirements on the eHealth Saskatchewan website.
  2. You need to provide the necessary supporting documents that will accompany your application:
    • Each adult included on the application must include copies (front and back if applicable) of documents proving:
      • Legal entitlement to be in Canada
      • Saskatchewan residency
      • Support of identity
    • Each dependent must provide documents proving:
      • Legal entitlement to be in Canada
      • Support of identity
  1. Complete an online application or fill out a Health Card Application ​form​ which you can mail, fax or email to the addresses listed on the form, along with supporting documentation.

What if I am moving out of Saskatchewan permanently?

If you are moving to another province/territory in Canada, your Saskatchewan Health Card remains valid for the rest of the month in which you moved, plus the following two full months.  

Make sure to contact eHealth Saskatchewan to provide them your new address and your moving date.

Once you arrive in the new province, make sure to register for the local health benefits as soon as possible!

What if I am moving out of Saskatchewan temporarily?


If you are moving outside of Saskatchewan temporarily and intend on returning and living in Saskatchewan, you need to contact eHealth Saskatchewan to ensure your Health Card remains active and that you are able to keep your health benefits:

If you plan on being absent from the province for more than seven months because of a vacation, visiting, business engagement or employment within Canada for up to 12 months or an employment contract outside of Canada for a maximum of 24 months, you can complete the Notification of Extended Absence form.


If you are moving to attend school as a full-time student outside of Saskatchewan but within Canada, and are planning to live in Saskatchewan after completing your studies, to retain your Saskatchewan health coverage you have two options:


While changing your address for your driver’s licence is an important task to do during your moving process, an equally important step is changing your address with your driver’s licence. To find out more on how to do so in the province of Saskatchewan with the Saskatchewan Government Insurance, read our article dedicated to the subject!

Special Mention!

Moving is often synonymous of stress, long administrative tasks and a significant waste of time and money. MovingWaldo helps you solve all these problems in just a few clicks! After some shameless self-promotion, we invite you to discover our free moving tools available to all.

  • Update accounts
  • Connect Internet, TV and Phone.
  • Secure home and auto insurance
  • Find resources, checklists and more.

We bring together more than 700 organizations across Canada with a single and simplified form.


Share this article on social media

Share on facebook
Share on twitter
Share on linkedin

Moving tips

Change address BC Hydro
Address Change Guides

How to change my address with BC Hydro?

It is imperative to notify BC Hydro when changing addresses and move your service at your new location, to make sure you’ll have electricity, hot water and/or heating in your new home! In this article, we guide you through the different ways you can change your address with BC Hydro.

Read more »
Moving tips

5 Tips For Buying A Condo

Buying a condo is different than buying other types of property because not only do you own your condo or unit, you also co-own the building. Buying a condo can be a great choice if you’re well-informed and take the time to double-check some important matters. Here are 5 tips to help.

Read more »
Moving tips

New neighbours? How to get off on the right foot

You did it—the big move is finally over! Now that all the heavy lifting is behind you, you can take the time to get settled in your new apartment. You carefully selected your new home based on your wants and needs, but the one thing you can’t pick is your new neighbours. They’re just there. So how do you get off on the right foot with them? Here are some tips for a happy apartment community.

Read more »

Ready to move?

Check out MovingWaldo’s free moving app that will save you up to 10 hours of paperwork. And it’s free.