Health regions of Canada
Health care is designated a provincial responsibility under the separation of powers in Canada's federal system. Most health regions or health authorities are organized along geographic boundaries, however, some are organized along operational lines.
- Alberta Health Services is the single health authority for the province, it was created in 2008 from nine former regional health authorities (RHAs) plus the Alberta Mental Health Board, the Alberta Cancer Board, and the Alberta Alcohol and Drug Abuse Commission. The RHAs were in turn created in 1994, from the former hospital boards and local health units.
- Beaufort-Delta HSS Authority
- Sahtu HSS Authority
- Deh Cho HSS Authority
- Tlicho HSS Authority
- Yellowknife HSS Authority
- Stanton Territorial Health Authority
- Hay River HSS Authority
- Fort Smith HSS Authority
- Nunavut Health Region
Prince Edward Island
- Health PEI is the single health authority for the province
- As of December 4, 2017, the Saskatchewan Health Authority is the single health authority of Saskatchewan.
- Région de l’Abitibi-Témiscamingue
- Région de l’Estrie
- Région de l’Outaouais
- Région de la Capitale-Nationale
- Région de la Chaudière-Appalaches
- Région de la Côte-Nord
- Région de la Gaspésie-Îles-de-la-Madeleine
- Région de la Mauricie et du Centre-du-Québec
- Région de la Montérégie
- Région de Lanaudière
- Région de Laval
- Région de Montréal-Centre
- Région des Laurentides
- Région des Terres-Cries-de-la-Baie-James
- Région du Bas-Saint-Laurent
- Région du Nord-du-Québec
- Région du Nunavik
- Région du Saguenay - Lac-Saint-Jean
- Yukon Territory Health Region
- "Patients won't yet see changes with single Sask. health authority, CEO says". CBC News. Retrieved 2017-12-06.
- "Saskatchewan to consolidate health regions into one provincial authority". The Globe and Mail. Retrieved 2017-12-06.