SIAST Wascana Campus, Regina
The programs offered at SIAST Wascana Campus provide opportunities for students to upgrade their education and to prepare for rewarding careers in applied and visual media, business, education and early learning, health services, industrial trades, justice, nursing, and technology.
SIAST Wascana Campus is also a great place to work. For more information on the exciting career options, great benefits and current opportunities, please visit Careers @ SIAST.
Pay parking is in effect for staff, students and visitors.
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Dental care is available to students through the SIAST Dental Clinic at SIAST Wascana Campus in Regina. All services are provided on a fee-for-service basis. Because SIAST is a teaching institution, rates are kept as low as possible in accordance with the Saskatchewan College of Dental Surgeons' fee guide.
Restorative services include:
- root canals
Licensed dentists, licensed dental therapists/hygienists and Dental Assisting students provide restorative services.
Oral health services provided in the dental hygiene clinic include:
- fluoride applications
- blood pressure screening
- instruction in preventive self-care techniques
- oral hygiene assessment
- oral soft tissue screening examination
- scaling and polishing
- x-ray films
Students provide oral health services under the supervision of licensed dentists, dental hygienists and dental assistants. Because students provide these services, each procedure must be evaluated. Clients must be prepared to stay for an entire clinical session (8:45 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. or 1:15 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.) and return for any further appointments that may be required.
Nurse Practitioner Services
SIAST Wascana Campus Health Services is offering a new and innovative service that benefits students, faculty and staff. The campus health services have always provided optimal health care, the recent addition of the Nurse Practitioner role has proven to augment the existing services.
SIAST Wascana Campus, located in the city of Regina, opened in 1972 as the Saskatchewan
Institute of Applied Arts and Sciences. In 1987, the Regina Plains Community College
and the Wascana Institute of Applied Arts and Sciences merged and the Saskatchewan
Institute of Applied Science and Technology was born.
In 1998, plans were set to move all the programs to one location - the former Plains Health Centre. The grand opening ceremonies were held in September of 2000 and to commemorate the event, over 1,000 employees created a giant SIAST logo out on the campus' front lawn.
SIAST Wascana Campus